Avoid malaria with some simple precautions
Updated: Apr 23, 2020
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Key points to help you minimise the risk of being bitten:
Ø Wear long sleeve cotton shirts and long trousers covering the ankles (you can use socks) especially from dusk to dawn
Ø Use Insect repellents. Roll on or spray on. Carry a roll on stick in your pocket and apply when needed.
Ø Use your mosquito net which would be provided by your accommodation
Consult with your local doctor, health/travel clinic or Disease Prevention Centre for the most up to date medication relating to malaria prophylaxis.
There are 3 types of malaria tablets:
Your medical practitioner will advise you on which medication suits you best.