Dorah Stephen

Don't Get To Friendly With Mosquitoes

Malaria is a disease caused by parasites. Transmitted by the bite on an infected mosquito.A mosquito gets infected by feeding on a person who has malaria, then passes it on to the next person they bite. Malaria can be passed in from mother to their unborn child, sharing needles for the uses of drugs and through blood transfusion.Severe malaria can lead to serious complications or even death.

The Longer There Is No Vaccine The More People Die

Malaria kills about 1 million people each year worldwide. People who travel throughout the world have a higher risk of getting malaria, even in countries were malaria does not occur. There is medicine for malaria, it works better when you get the medicine as soon as possible.There is no vaccine approved for human use. Scientists are still working on finding a vaccine for malaria. Malaria is most common in Africa, Haiti, The Dominican Republic, Eastern Europe, South and Southeast Asia, and the South Pacific. The most deadliest types of malaria is found in Africa

If We Work Together And Hard We Can Find A Vaccine

It's better to work hard and actually get somewhere rather than giving up. The more we work together we will find a vaccine, and the less deaths there will be and more lives will be saved.