Malaria is a parasitic infection affecting millions of people worldwide. The female Anopheles mosquito is the vector that carries the disease-causing parasite from one human to another. Despite the condition being preventable as well as curable, it is still a life-threatening infection in some parts of the world due to inadequate treatment on time. Malaria got eradicated from the UK, but it would be wise to take precautionary measures if you are planning to visit any country which might pose a risk. Check Fit for Travel in advance to know what medicines to carry and if the country you are travelling to is a hotspot for malaria. You can use the wide range of medications available on MedsNow online pharmacy in the UK, along with online consultation.
|1500 (approx.)||5||7 out of 10|
|People get cured of malaria every year in the UK after their trips abroad.||Species of the Anopheles found in the UK are responsible for the transmission of malaria.||UK travellers get infected by the most severe form of malaria called Plasmodium falciparum.|