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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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 6 March 2018 + show all updates
  1. Update to 2016 figures and added Western Asia to the region list.
  2. Added 2016 report.
  3. Added 2015 report.
  4. First published.