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The International Federation of Red Cross has set-up a makeshift treatment clinic at the Andouhatapenaka Hospital in Antananarivo.Twenty beds are available to be used in the clinic, but it is unsure how many patients are currently being treated at the makeshift centre.Figures show that at least 1,300 cases of the plague have been reported so far in this year's outbreak, with 93 official deaths recorded.

At the head of the procession, 18-year-old Andry Nirina Andriatsitohaina eagerly awaited the big moment as a uniformed band played on loud trumpets.'I am extremely proud to go to rewrap the bones of my grandmother and all of our ancestors.Despite the serious risks publicised by the authorities, few in Madagascar question the turning ceremonies and dismiss the advice.Participant Josephine Ralisiarisoa insisted the plague risk had been exaggerated.They gave us life,' said Helene Raveloharisoa, a regular at the ritual.'I will always practise the turning of the bones of my ancestors - plague or no plague.Plague season hits Madagascar each year and still has six months to run, however at least 1,800 people have been infected so far - three times the expected amount.


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