Persistence of imported Malaria into the UK: an epidemiological review of risk factors and at risk groups by Qubekani M Moyo, Martin Besser, Roderick Lynn, Andrew M Lever

14 February 2019

The UK documented a fall of over 30% in imported cases of malaria annually between 1996–2003 however there are still around 1700 cases and 5–10 deaths each year. Prophylaxis health messages focus on families returning to their country of origin as being at particular risk.

The paper can be read at the Oxford Academic website