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BREAKING THE CHAIN: Malaria

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Kyanna Kirkland

on 10 December 2013

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BREAKING THE CHAIN: Malaria
Infection Agent
Reservoir
Method of Transmission
Portal of Entry
Susceptible Host
Portal of Exit
Malaria is caused by plasmodium, a genus of parasitic protozoa.
Malaria resides in female Anopheles mosquitos.
Malaria exits the reservoir through the bite of a mosquito.
Malaria is transmitted by direct contact through the bite of a female Anopheles mosquito.
Malaria enters its human hosts through a mosquito bite and the parasites enter into the human bloodstream when the mosquito bites to take blood.
Anyone can be a host for malaria.
You can get a vaccine.
To avoid mosquitoes you can use bug spray.
To avoid mosquitoes you can use bug spray.
NO WAY TO BREAK THIS CHAIN
By Kyanna Kirkland
To avoid mosquitoes you can use bug spray.
To avoid mosquitoes you can use bug spray.
THE END
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