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Malaria is spread by the bite of an infected mosquito and causes symptoms such as Fever, Aches, Headache, Muscle Pain, Nausea etc. World Malaria Day is a chance to shine a spotlight on the global effort to control malaria. It is observed on April 25 each year. The best way to help and celebrate Malaria Day would be to get together with friends and family and help invest in the future of defeating Malaria and regroup to fight other infections. Some people may also use the observance to write letters or petitions to political leaders, calling for greater support towards protecting and treating people who are at risk of malaria. Many newspapers, websites, and magazines, as well as television and radio stations, may use World Malaria Day as the chance to promote or publicize awareness campaigns about malaria.
Let's push our self to raise awareness of malaria and generate support for the fight against this preventable and treatable disease.