By: Brooke and Kaylee (:


High fevers, shaking chills, flu-like symptoms, muscle pain, nausea, headache, fatigue, chills, and sweats.


A bit from a parisite-infected mosquito
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Mostly found in Africa and Southern Asia, but since it is carried by mosquitos, it could be located anywhere.
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It depends on the severity of your case, and where you got it from. If you return from an endemic area, you should seek medical treatments quickly.
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Who it affects

Anyone is at risk, but most commonly is young children who have not developed an ammune systems to malaira, pregnant women whose immunity is decreased by pregnancy, and travlers or migrants who lack immunity.
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