Research and analysis

Malaria in the UK: annual report

Annual reports presenting data on malaria imported into the UK.

Documents

Malaria imported into the UK 2016: implications for those advising travellers

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Malaria imported into the UK 2015: implications for those advising travellers

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Malaria imported into the UK 2014: implications for those advising travellers

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Details

Malaria does not occur naturally in the UK but travel-associated cases are reported in those who have returned to the UK or arrived (either as a visitor or migrant to the UK) from malaria-endemic areas.

This report presents data on malaria imported into the UK, based on figures reported to Public Health England’s Malaria reference laboratory (MRL).

Published 12 June 2015
Last updated 14 August 2017 + show all updates
  1. Added 2016 report.
  2. Added 2015 report.
  3. First published.