Country has far better health care infrastructure now
Mosquito net distribution also benefited people
Genetic modification control mosquitoes
Fisheries is also helping in it
New Delhi: Malaria can be eradicated from india. It is a major burden of health expenditure in India.
Not only this, malaria is a major cause of untimely deaths in certain areas of the country.
Due to lack of better health facilities in far areas, the patient suffering from malaria does not get proper treatment on most occasions.
In the event of increasing disease, when he is taken to the hospital, he dies.
It is now believed that due to the efforts made so far in India, now malaria can be eradicated completely.
British experts and other experts of the world believe that the way this is being done in India, it will be possible to completely eradicate malaria from India by the year 2050.
Experts agree that India is a dangerous area for malaria due to its weather and regional design.
In such moist areas, malaria viruses easily grow and spread far and wide.
The problem of this disease caused by mosquitoes is also that the viruses of this disease are increasing their strength day by day.
As a result, earlier medicines no longer have the effect of malaria.
Medical science also has to make new inventions to kill the powerful viruses of malaria.
The internationally renowned medical journal Lancet has expressed this hope of eradicating malaria from India.
Before coming to this conclusion, experts have included all the reasons which become the factors of outbreak of malaria.
The current monsoon is also considered a good season for malaria to flourish.
In addition to increasing moisture in the forested areas due to rain, water is stored in many areas.
stores and still water, the number of mosquitoes that spread malaria goes on increasing rapidly.
In fact, the mosquito of a particular species, called anopheles, carries the parasite of Plasmodium, a malaria virus.
When such mosquitoes bite someone, due to coming into contact with the blood, this virus goes into the person’s blood.
India is considered as the fourth country in the world where there is more malaria outbreak.
India’s healthcare now better than ever
According to the report, India’s medical science is advancing rapidly in both private and government sectors.
Because of this, general health facilities are reaching people in remote areas even faster than before.
For this reason, it is expected that by the year 2050, there will be complete eradication of malaria in India.
It has been mentioned in the report that malaria eradication programs are already being run in India.
But the program has gained momentum since the infrastructure has been improved after 2017.
In addition to prevention of malaria, a lot of attention has also been given to the treatment of patients and the reasons for spreading other diseases.
Right now due to the ongoing cleanliness drive in India, due to the spread of malaria, they are becoming increasingly limited.
Apart from this, the distribution of mosquito nets and medicine containing mosquito nets are also playing a major role in the prevention of it.
Due to trying these methods, now people are less prone to this health hazard.
Scientists are also opposed to genetic changes of mosquitos
These scientists have prepared an army of genetically modified mosquitoes.
Other mosquitoes that come into contact with these genetically modified mosquitoes lose their reproductive power.
Due to this, control over mosquito population is also being gradually achieved.
It is important to know that only the female mosquito can spread the virus of this.
This illness virus has no effect on genetically modified mosquitoes.
On the other hand, only male mosquitoes are produced with its help, which cannot carry the dangerous virus.
By the way, there is a class of scientists in the world who do not consider such genetic tampering with mosquitoe is right.
According to him, this type of genetic tampering can also have dangerous consequences.
Apart from this, fish farming is also becoming popular to stop the population of mosquitoes that spread malaria.
Due to fisheries being a profitable business in many areas,
now farmers are also rearing different fish that consume mosquito larvae.
This is also controlling the mosquito population.