The number of cases of malaria in the past decline has steadily declined throughout the world. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) report, the report of the Worldwide Malaria Report says today. Doctors say that women in the Anoplis mosquito are disturbed by the fight against these epidemics.
The World Health Organization estimates that 219 million cases of malaria have been affected worldwide this year, according to the World Health Organization. Last year, 435,000 people were affected. Between 2010 and 2015, the number of malaria decreased steadily. In 2010, 239 million cases were reported from 214 million in 2015. In 2010, 607,000 people fell and their number was reduced to 500,000 in 2013.
Pedro Alonso, Director of the World Health Organization's World Health Organization, said: "We're in trouble, and the current approach to cure disease needs to be improved.
The World Health Organization now focuses attention on major areas of disease-causing disease. According to the report, 70 percent of malaria and death occurred in Cameroon, Nigeria, and Congo, and then in 10 African countries.
Malaria symptoms include fever, fever, sweating, joint headaches, vomiting, and lungs. Over time, the disease may not be in serious danger.