Suriname: reported malaria cases 2017, by type

In 2017, Suriname reported a total of 454 malaria cases, from which 414 (around 91 percent) corresponded to imported cases. Only 40 were indigenous malaria cases

Number of reported malaria cases in Suriname in 2017, by origin

Number of reported cases
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Release date

June 2019

Region

Suriname

Survey time period

2017

Supplementary notes

* Indigenous cases refer to cases of malaria acquired by mosquito transmission in an area where malaria is a regular occurrence.

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