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Where in the world is Malaria?

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โˆ™ 2011-03-26 16:37:06

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malaria is transmitted in

  • large areas of Central and South America
  • the island of Hispaniola (includes Haiti and the Dominican Republic)
  • Africa
  • Asia (including the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia and the Middle East)
  • Eastern Europe
  • and the South Pacific

and the boblands

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