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Malaria cases in Texas and Florida are the first U.S. spread since 2003, the CDC says

Five cases of locally acquired malaria have emerged in the United States, the first instance of local spread in two decades, with four cases in Florida and one in Texas. The CDC highlights concerns over potential increases in imported malaria cases due to international summer travel. Malaria, a preventable and curable disease primarily found in tropical regions, can have severe symptoms such as difficulty breathing and seizures. Click here for article.

  • Five cases of locally acquired malaria have been reported in the U.S., marking the first local spread in 20 years, with four cases in Florida and one in Texas.

  • The CDC raises concerns about potential rises in imported malaria cases with increased international summer travel, emphasizing the importance of prevention measures and treatment.

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