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Climate warming may increase malaria risk in colder areas
Updated: June 28, 2019 17:00 pm
Even a slight increase in temperature may shoot up the risk of malaria to hundreds of thousands, if not millions, including travellers, in areas that are currently too cold for the completion of malaria parasites development, claims a recent study.