What is malaria?
Answer from: Anton F.:
Malaria is a mostly tropical and subtropical disease that manifests as chills, fever, high fever, nausea, mental confusion, hallucinations and other not so pleasant things that eventually kill the host. Every year between 200 and 500 million people become ill with malaria, of which one to three million are fatal. Most of them are children under 5 years old and pregnant women. And the reason for this is the malarial plasmodium, a protozoan single-celled organism, which enters our body with the bite of mosquitoes of the genus Anopheles.