India has managed to be an example for all the malaria epidemic countries in dropping down the total cases and deaths linked to malaria. Notably, the death toll has come down by almost half.
Globally, around 219 million people were suffering from this mosquito-borne disease in the year 2017. And, 435000 lost their lives due to the disease in the same year.
It is a disease caused by microscopic parasites. These parasites infect mosquitoes, which then transmit them to humans through a bite. This infection is characterized by symptoms like chills, muscle pain, cough, fever, fatigue, headaches, sweating, chest pain, nausea, vomiting, etc.