Bajaj Allianz
Sales: 1800-209-0144   |   Service chat: +91 7507245858

All About World Malaria Day


Spread Awareness This World Malaria Day

Did you know?

  • In 2018, 27 countries reported fewer than 100 cases of malaria, up from 17 countries in 2010
  • Four countries – Algeria, Argentina, Paraguay and Uzbekistan – were certified malaria-free by WHO over the last 2 years
  • Globally, 38 countries and territories have achieved this milestone

All these amazing achievements have been the result of WHO’s constant efforts to keep this vector borne disease at bay. WHO celebrates these achievements and spreads awareness about malaria and the ways by which it can be prevented and treated on April 25 every year. April 25 is thus celebrated as World Malaria Day.

World Malaria Day is observed since 2008 with an ultimate aim to eradicate this disease completely from the world. Achieving this aim includes various measures such as maintaining sustainable efforts to ensure that people all over the world do not suffer when it comes to prevention, diagnosis and treatment of malaria, implementing best practices to take care of the health care teams working with the infected people and running various campaigns based on varied themes to raise awareness about the seriousness of the issue.

The theme for World Malaria Day this year is “Zero malaria Starts with me”. With this theme, WHO intends to empower communities all over the world to make it their personal agenda to fight against malaria.

The best way to keep yourself protected from contracting malaria is to follow some easy and simple preventive measures that can keep you and your family safe. Read about these preventive measures in our article on Demystify Insurance blog.

While you protect yourself and your family from getting infected with malaria, you should also plan ahead and get a well-curated health insurance plan, specially the one which can cover you and your dear ones from mosquito borne diseases like malaria. Addressing to this need, we at Bajaj Allianz have launched M-Care health insurance plan, which protects you against 7 major vector borne diseases, including malaria.

You should definitely get this policy if you live in a mosquito infested area. The M-Care health insurance policy comes at very affordable rate. The Sum Insured options range from INR 10,000 to INR 75,000 and the premium starts from INR 160 for individual policy.

Watch out our video about M-Care Health Insurance Plan and visit our website to buy and know more about this policy.

Credits for the Facts: https://www.who.int/

Was this article helpful? Rate it


Like this article? Share it with your friends!
LinkedIn

Published on:24 Apr, 2020

By: | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments: 0

Share Your Thoughts. Leave a Comment Below!


*

Read previous post:

Step by step Motor OTS guide
Motor OTS Guide: Steps to Make the Claims Process Easier

Overview Motor OTS (On The Spot) is a feature in our Caringly Yours App. This feature allows you to settle...

How to stop gaining weight during COVID-19 lockdown
Amazing Tips to Not Gain Weight During The Coronavirus Lockdown

Social distancing due the coronavirus lockdown has forced most of you to work from home. It is important that you...

How to Celebrate World Creativity and Innovation Day?
World Creativity and Innovation Day Celebration Tips

Bruce Garrabrandt has rightly said, “Creativity doesn't wait for that perfect moment. It fashions its own perfect moments out of...

Close