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World Malaria Day: Do you have malaria fever or corona, know immediately with these 5 easy ways, you will regret the delay

The symptoms of malaria are very similar to those of the corona virus. Since now the corona virus is getting serious once again, you should know the

Covid-19 and Malaria fever symptoms: World Malaria Day is celebrated on 25 April.  

The symptoms of malaria are very similar to those of the corona virus.  Since now the corona virus is getting serious once again, you should know the difference between these two symptoms to help you get the right treatment.


World Malaria Day: Do you have malaria fever or corona, know immediately with these 5 easy ways, you will regret the delay
World 🌎 Malaria 🦟 Day 2022

Today World Malaria Day is being celebrated all over the world. The day is observed with the aim of spreading awareness about malaria, which is spread by deadly parasites through mosquitoes. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), in the year 2020, an estimated 241 million cases of malaria were found worldwide, while about 627,000 people died.


The outbreak of Coronavirus pandemic has been spreading for the last two years. Corona cases are going to increase once again in many countries including India, which is being considered as the fourth wave. This time many variants of corona are causing havoc and different symptoms are also being seen in the patients. If we talk about the symptoms of corona virus and malaria, then many symptoms like fever, difficulty in breathing, fatigue and headache are similar.

 According to Dr Deepak Sareen, a pediatrician at the Red Cross Hospital in Delhi, the problem is that both the diseases are mostly similar. In such a situation, one may have difficulty in understanding whether he has corona or malaria. However, there are some differences between these two symptoms, which are important to understand.


Symptoms of malaria can be felt within 10-15 days after the bite of an infectious mosquito. Malaria in adults can cause damage to many parts of the body, while children suffering from malaria can have many respiratory problems. Obviously, only symptoms related to breathing are seen in corona patients. The common difference between COVID-19 and malaria is that an infected person can transmit the infection in their own way for a long time without showing any symptoms.

Malaria is transmitted by the bite of an infected mosquito while COVID can be spread through direct, indirect or close contact with infected people, such as saliva and respiratory secretions or their respiratory droplets, which can be transmitted when an infected person coughs or sneezes. exits.


Having a fever does not mean that you have corona. If your report has come negative, then you should also get tested for malaria. Some patients may have both malaria and COVID-19 together, so getting the right diagnosis and treatment can help.

Fever, fatigue, remember that many symptoms of corona are similar to malaria, so you should get tested for both diseases if you feel any symptoms for proper treatment. Obviously, now the test results come soon, so you can get the right help in treatment accordingly.

There is no permanent cure for corona but there are many options available for malaria. Depending on the infection, the patient can be treated with oral medication or hospitalized. It will not always be possible on the basis of symptoms whether a patient has only malaria or a patient has only covid. Sometimes the lines are blurry. In such a situation, it is necessary to get both tested.


Article Credit: Navbharat Times

 Disclaimer: This article is for general information only. It cannot in any way be a substitute for any medicine or treatment. Always contact your doctor for more details.


Malaria Day today: 99 percent reduction in malaria in Uttarakhand in seven years, target of zero by 2027

Malaria Day today: 99 percent reduction in malaria in Uttarakhand in seven years, target of zero by 2027
World 🌎 Malaria 🦟 Day 2022

Malaria Day 2022 Malaria has been controlled to a great extent by the state health department. Malaria cases have decreased by about 99.11 percent. The target has been set to bring the number of patients to zero by 2027.

Uttarakhand is ready against other diseases including corona, dengue, swine flu, but there is also a disease which has been controlled to a great extent by the state health department.  We are talking about malaria.

Between 2014 and 2021, malaria cases in the state have come down by almost 99.11 percent. Not only this, the health department is also working on malaria eradication action plan to make the state malaria free. Under this, a target has been set to bring the number of patients to zero by 2027.

Many years ago, malaria was such a disease, which caused many deaths every year. For its prevention, there was a department called Malaria Department, whose responsibility was to deal with mosquitoes, the cause of malaria. This was the period, when slogans were written on the walls everywhere, there would be no mosquito, no malaria. Many years later, this sentence now seems to be true.


 In the year 2002, the prevention of malaria, filariasis, Japanese encephalitis, dengue, chikungunya and kala-azar came under the National Vector Borne Disease Control Program. As a result of the concrete work done in this direction, the situation has changed a lot. Only 13 cases of malaria were reported in Uttarakhand last year. These cases were also reported from the Terai region of only three districts Haridwar, Champawat and Nainital.

State Nodal Officer of Vector Borne Disease Control Program Dr. Pankaj Singh says that despite all the challenges, the efforts being made in this direction seem to be successful.  Malaria cases have decreased in the last seven years.  In the coming time, Uttarakhand will be malaria free.


Malaria is spread through the bite of the female Anopheles mosquito. A parasite (protozoa) named Plasmodium is found in this mosquito. Due to the bite of mosquito, it multiplies by reaching the human blood and then makes the body sick. A person suffering from this disease has symptoms of fever, shivering, sweating, severe headache, nausea and vomiting with body breakdown.

Uttarakhand is one of the leading states in malaria disease control. Most of the hill districts of the state are malaria free. Malaria has remained confined to only a few areas of the Terai. At present, the number of malaria patients is zero in six districts of the state namely Almora, Bageshwar, Chamoli, Pithoragarh, Rudraprayag and Uttarkashi. The process of malaria-free certification of these districts is underway. Last year, the number of malaria patients was also found to be zero in Dehradun, Pauri, Tehri and Udham Singh Nagar. While three districts Champawat, Haridwar and Nainital have been kept in the category of malaria eradication districts. Efforts are being made to make them malaria free.

On the occasion of World Malaria Day, seminars will be organized across the state on Monday.  Through these, the general public will be made aware about the eradication of malaria.  Medical Health and Medical Education Minister Dr Dhan Singh Rawat said that seminars would be organized across the state by the Health Department.

On the occasion of World Malaria Day, seminars will be organized across the state on Monday.  Through these, the general public will be made aware about the eradication of malaria.  Medical Health and Medical Education Minister Dr Dhan Singh Rawat said that seminars would be organized across the state by the Health Department.

Awareness campaigns will be conducted under the theme 'New Initiatives and Use of Nayi Soch' for the control of Malaria disease.  On Monday itself, the Minister of Medical Health and Medical Education will launch 'Jeet-2' campaign to make the state TB free.  The main objective of this campaign is to identify TB patients in the state and give them the right treatment.

 Article Credit: Jagran



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