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When people venture abroad, they can be at threat of catching some tropical diseases like malaria, yellow fever or hepatitis. However, the criteria for making a claim for a holiday accident is entirely dependent upon the circumstances in which the disease took place or the infection contracted.  Astonishingly, most of the people or holiday makers make their trips to colourful locations abroad without even bothering to take some trouble-free measures to prevent themselves from this infectious fatal disease.
Malaria is a fatal disease that is transmitted to humans by mosquitoes, commonly occurring in tropical climate. The symptoms of this particular disease are fever, sweating, lethargy and chills. Although, malaria can be simply vetoed by taking some dosages of drugs like prophylaxis prior to the trip, during the trip and after the trip, but every year most of the travellers contact malaria during their holidays. It is more important to take precautions for malaria when going for holidays and get fruitful advice to lower down the probability of being bitten by the mosquitoes as holiday accident claims specifically for malaria is awfully rare.

According to the surveys, travellers are not cautious about the health hazards come up by this tropical disease and by sheer carelessness; they are putting their health on risk.  Many of them are simply avoiding the ‘jabs’ which would certainly protect the travellers from its malarial jeopardy. Though, many of the tour operators, as a regulation, accomplish the obligations to protect their customers from malaria and other tropical diseases nowadays, but in spite of taking all effort into account, the risk of malaria has not been completely removed.

With the improvement of medical technology, the necessary precautions taken against malaria do not seem unpleasant to the travellers and also do not hamper their enjoyment and enthusiasm. Even though malaria is a subject of worry, but by taking some medication right from the pharmacist, this disease can perfectly be prevented.  However, few medications take time to show its result for around two months, therefore, it is advisable to explore the required medication for malaria once the trip is planned and finally booked. In this way, holidaymakers can successfully avoid making any kind of compensation claims for holiday accident or of malaria in future. But, in case one of them is caught by this fatal disease during a holiday trip, making a holiday accident claim for malaria is must and is basic right to get compensation for this.

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