Nearly 1 In 7 People At Risk Of Malaria In India, WHO Report Shows

TNN/Times of India: 1 in 7 Indians is at risk of malaria, says WHO report
“The World Health Organization says close to one in seven people in India are at risk of contracting malaria. … The report, based on the data collated by the National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme (NVBDCP), says of the 138 million people who doctors suspected to have malaria in the country, 1.102 million were confirmed cases…” (John, 1/7).

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