Using the Web Resources provided, identify a current epidemiological concern either at the local, national, or global level. Address the following questions:
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Epidemiological information is used to plan, and evaluate strategies to prevent the illness, and as a guide to the patients, and management to whom the diseases have already developed in their body’s. (Zewotir & Mwamba, 2019)
Malaria is transmitted in five world health organizations. Global, an estimated 3.5 billion people and 93 countries have been affected with malaria, and developed other high risks 1.2 billion people. (Zewotir & Mwamba, 2019)
Population has been affected though malaria in 2001 there are 219 million people cases of malaria global. In 2017 world health organizations reported a range 202-261 million people, and 436,000 malaria deaths. (Zewotir & Mwamba, 2019)
The risk factors for clinical malaria infection have been provided information on the local states, for malaria epidemiology and had potential that have led to more effective strategies for malaria controls. Children under age 5 years old infants, 35-59 months majorities of the cases 61.9%. There are the risk factors for malaria infectious diseases. Most of the cases are the residence water and they have to use ITNs to help to filtrate the water. (Wright, 2019)
Public health has recommended that people have to use proper hygiene, hands wash, social distance, and mask. Public health aims to improve quality care for treatment of malaria diseases. An advances in understanding the local epidemiology that had led to the best available models, target, and effective program to control malaria. (Wright, 2019)
The best evidence has been developed for malaria cannot be strong, with the promised new tools, too detected, to treat, and prevent malaria. Includes new vaccines, medications and to improve the mechanisms for surveillance, and responses global for malaria vaccines pipelines. (Wright, 2019)
Zewotir RT, Adele D. & Mamba, HP. (2019) Provenance and risks factors malaria Ethiopia. https://www.who.inttopics epidemiology.
World health organization malaria reports (2018) Geneva.
Wright K., Williams Terry. Wilkinson L. (2019) health development and important health needs assessments.