Malaria Prevention Tips  to Start Today

1. Use Mosquito  Net

Sleeping under mosquito nets can significantly reduce the risk of mosquito bites during the night, which is when malaria-carrying mosquitoes are most active.

2. Apply Mosquito Repellent

Use mosquito repellents containing DEET, picaridin, or oil of lemon eucalyptus on exposed skin and clothing, particularly during outdoor activities or in areas where mosquitoes are prevalent.

3. Wear Protective Clothing

Wear long clothing, socks, and closed shoes to cover skin, reducing mosquito bites, particularly during sunrise and sunset when mosquitoes are most active.

4. Eliminate Breeding Site

Eliminate standing water sources like buckets, flowerpots, and tires to prevent mosquito breeding around your home and community.

5. Stay indoors  

Minimize outdoor activities at sunrise and sunset when mosquitoes are active. Stay indoors to lower the risk of mosquito bites.

6. Seek Timely Medical Care

Early treatment is crucial for malaria symptoms; seek medical help timely to prevent complications and curb its spread. 

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