11 Feb 2016

New antimalarial recommendation maps available for Bangladesh and Brazil

New antimalarial recommendation maps available for Bangladesh and Brazil New antimalarial recommendation maps available for Bangladesh and Brazil

We have added two new antimalarial recommendation maps to TravelHealthPro. They can be found on the country information pages for:

Antimalarial recommendations maps are also available on the country information pages for China, Dominican Republic, Mexico, India, South Africa and Sudan. Further maps will be added in the coming months. We hope they will be helpful.

User tips: You can click on to the maps to expand them (an enlarged image opens in a new window). The information should be used alongside the text describing the risk areas and recommendations in the ‘Risk Areas’ section.

The maps reflect the recommendations of the Public Health England’s Advisory Committee on Malaria Prevention (ACMP) Guidelines for malaria prevention in travellers from the UK.

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