Locating malaria across the world

The risk of malaria in each country

WHO reported over 300 million people at risk of contracting Malaria in 2015. A malaria map shows the areas where people are at risk all over the world. In areas with high risk, anti-malarial medications are advised, based on MefloquineDoxycyclineAtovaquone-Proguanil and primaquine. In others, physical protection against mosquitoes is better recommended.

Risk in Asia

Asia is the biggest continent. Many Asian countries lie on the tropical belt. While WHO and other regulating authorities are doing an excellent job in reducing malarial risk, travellers need to carry out relevant precautions. For example, Sri Lanka has been declared malaria-free since 2012. Following countries have been reported by CDC, and recommended action has been advised.

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Risk in Africa

Malaria is treated as a life-threatening endemic in the countries of Africa as there is poor control of the mosquito population. The following countries have been reported by the CDC, and recommended action has been advised.

 

Risk in North America

Central America falls in the tropical and subtropical region. In those areas, risk of malaria is high due to the breeding population of mosquitoes. The following countries have been reported by the CDC, and recommended action has been advised.

 

Risk in South America

Part of South America falls in the tropical and subtropical region. In those areas, risk of malaria is high due to the large breeding population of mosquitoes. Following countries have been reported by the CDC, and recommended action has been advised.

 

Risk in Oceania

Part of Oceania falls in the tropical region. In those areas, risk of malaria is high due to the breeding population of mosquitoes. Following countries have been reported by the CDC, and recommended action has been advised.

 

If you are planning to travel, and your country is found in the lists above, consult your doctor today. Your health professional will advise you of the appropriate measures you need to take to protect yourself from contracting a malarial infection.

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