29 Aug 2023
In the last few years, we’ve seen a worrying trend:
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), malaria cases have been on the rise since 2016.
Even more alarming:
The sharpest increase ever recorded (13 million) occurred between 2019 and 2020.
Malaria is clearly starting to “morph” into a greater threat – especially for travelers.
And while there are measures that can HELP you avoid malaria (like wearing more clothes, using insect repellent, and staying in screened / air-conditioned areas)…
Doctors agree it’s not enough.
Mosquitoes are sneaky creatures – and it only takes one bite from an infected mosquito to contract malaria.
That’s why doctors recommend taking antimalarial medication – especially before traveling.
Normally the “default” option for travelers – but they often get horrible 1 and 2 star reviews because:
Luckily – telehealth companies can ship & deliver malaria meds right to you (FDA-approved).
They offer remote-based care that instantly connects you with a doctor – in a much faster, easier and simple way:
This means you can connect with a doctor without ever having to leave your home – or deal with travel clinics at the last-minute.
There’s no wait time… initiate your online consultation anytime (reviewed by a US-licensed physician within hours).
Plus, you don’t have to hunt around for a clinic – or wait at a pharmacy.
(Which sometimes aren’t fully stocked with travel meds – forcing you to travel without protection).
Just a few clicks, and your medication is delivered right to you, in just a few days.
Plus, you get remote access to a doctor after your meds arrive too.
Have a question about your prescription? Not sure about something? You can chat with a physician at your fingertips – before, during, and after your travels.
Travel clinics & primary care simply don’t offer this.
Travelers love the peace-of-mind that comes with:
So with malaria cases on the rise, doctors are now recommending travelers avoid the risk of stockouts and long wait times.
Traveling becomes so much more enjoyable with an antimalarial – knowing your body’s equipped to protect itself.