Burma Malaria MapMalaria Map of Burma
Burma Myanmar Malaria Risk Areas | Malaria Pills
How high is the malaria rate in Myanmar? Mandalay and Yangon are low-risk towns and action should be taken to avoid bites. Most of the remainder of the land is a high hazard area and anti-malaria pills are needed. There' s a Lariam ('mefloquin') tolerance, so you will need either Malarone or Doxycycline.
Due to the high malaria risks in Myanmar, antimalaria drugs and other methods of preventing bites are recommended. For a malaria map of Myanmar, please click HERE on fitforravel (an NHS website). Which malaria prevention do I need to avoid malaria in Myanmar? In case you do not yet have a prescription from your antimalarial medicine physician, you can safe valuable working hours by ordering the appropriate antimalarial drugs for this area via our on-line advice line by following the following link.
Each of the medications below can be suggested for malaria prophylaxis in this area. As there is Lariam (mefloquine) resistant, this is NOT a good antimalarial. Antimalarial medications prescribed by your family doctor can be ordered by following the link below.
If you place your order, please obey the directions where to ship the recipe. Only real drugs approved in the UK are issued. Can I still do something to stop malaria? In order to protect against malaria, it is just as important not to get bit as taking anti-malaria drugs.
Further information and tips on malaria prophylaxis can be found on our insect and mosquito bite prevention page. Which vaccinations do I need for Myanmar? The following is a chart to show you which immunization is required, suggested or to follow when you visit Myanmar:
Malaria recommendations for Paraguay and Myanmar (Burma) available
You can find the new antimalaria recommendations on the country information pages for Paraguay and Myanmar (Burma). Anti-malaria referral cards are added to TravelHealthPro like in an existing product. Cards are already available on the country information pages for Bangladesh, Brazil, China, Dominican Republic, Mexico, India, South Africa and Sudan. Please remember: you can click on the map to enlarge it (an enlargement will open in a new window).
This information should be used alongside the text that describes the areas of risks and advice in the "Areas of Risk" section. Cards are in the Karten entsprechen den Empfehlungen des Public Health England Advisory Committee on Malaria Prävention (ACMP) Guideline for malaria prevention from the UK and are available in the UK.