Complete donor safety - maximum benefit to the patient!

How to become a donor?

Donors, awarded the badge of distinction of the Ministry of health of the Republic of Belarus "honorable enterprise Donar Respublika Belarus" (badge of honor "Honorary donor of the Republic of Belarus," signs "Honorary donor of the USSR", "Honorary donor of the red cross Society of the BSSR") have the right to extraordinary service in public health.

Become a donor is easy!

Donors are people who voluntarily donate their blood and blood components for medical purposes.

a Donor can be every able-bodied citizen of the Republic of Belarus aged 18 to 60 years, passed medical examination and has no diseases in which the donation is contraindicated.

the Donor should observe a few simple rules set out below.

Before giving blood:

  • exclude from the diet of fatty, fried, spicy, smoked, dairy products, eggs, butter;
  • recommended - sweet tea, jam, bread, crackers, dried, boiled cereals, pasta on the water without butter, juices, fruit drinks, fruit drinks, mineral water, vegetables, fruits (except bananas);
  • consume an increased amount of liquid;
  • refrain from alcohol 48 hours prior to the procedure;
  • refrain from the use of aspirin, dipyrone and drugs containing aspirin and analgesics 72 hours prior to the procedure;
  • refrain from Smoking 12 hours prior to the procedure;
  • be sure to catch up on sleep!

On the day of blood donation:

 

You must have a passport with you. Mandatory presence of registration (registration) in the city of Vitebsk, in the Vitebsk region within the jurisdiction of the service.

At the blood transfusion station, the donor spends an average of about one hour:

 
     
  •   registration of a donor card in the registry;  
  •  
  •   general blood test (from a finger) and determination of blood group, hemoglobin level;  
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  •   measurement of temperature, weight in a medical office;  
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  •   initial interview with a therapist;  
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  •   a glass of tea with waffles and mineral water in a buffet;  
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  •   actually giving blood in the operating room;  
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  •   obtaining a certificate of blood donation for dismissal from work and monetary compensation.  
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If you donate blood for a specific patient and you have a referral from your doctor, then you can go to all rooms out of turn, which significantly speeds up the process.

The procedure for giving blood is very simple

   

Blood donation is a completely safe procedure and there are usually no signs of discomfort, discomfort or problems during or after blood donation.

 

First, the donor takes the most comfortable position in a special chair. Then the skin in the elbow area is treated with a disinfectant solution and a qualified medical professional inserts a sterile needle into a vein connected to a disposable blood collection container. Blood sampling lasts about 10 to 15 minutes. At this time, all that the donor feels is light pressure in the area of ​​the ulnar fossa and no pain.  

 

In most countries, including the Republic of Belarus, 450 + - 50 ml of blood is taken from donors, i.e. less than 10% of the total blood volume (the body of the average adult contains 4.5-5 liters of blood).

 

What to do after giving blood?

     
  • sit quietly for 10-15 minutes;
  • if you feel dizzy or weak, contact the staff (the easiest way is to either lie down and raise your legs above your head, or sit down and lower your head between the knees);
  • refrain from smoking for an hour;
  • do not remove the bandage on the elbow for 3-4 hours, try not to wet it;
  • avoid physical activity during the day;
  • try to refrain from driving, if impossible, take extra care;
  • refrain from drinking alcohol throughout the day;
  • try to eat plentifully and regularly for two days;
  • drink plenty of fluids for two days.  
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Donation of donors begins at 8.00 and lasts until 12.00.

NOTE!

All the procedures for the taking of blood produced in sterile conditions and disposable tools!

All personal information provided by the donor is confidential, and will never be used for any other purpose!

To donate blood and its components, you can just in case if it is completely safe for your health!

Pre-registration of donors for donating blood runs daily from 13:00 to 15:30 by phone +375 (212) 24 03 80, +375 (212) 24 03 85 and for personal reference in the registry.

Weekend: Saturday and Sunday.

Who can donate blood and its components?

In accordance with article 19 of the Law of the Republic of Belarus of November 30, 2010 'About donorship of blood and its components' in UZ 'Vitebsk regional blood transfusion station' to donate blood and its components can citizens of the Republic of Belarus, foreign citizens and persons without citizenship permanently residing in the Republic of Belarus, aged from eighteen to sixty years of age and has full legal capacity, do not suffer from diseases and are not in the States, in which letting of blood, its components are contraindicated.

The medical Advisory Commission of the UZ "Vitebsk regional blood transfusion station" can be made the decision on the admission to performance of donor function of persons over the age of sixty years in the following exceptional cases:

in the presence of donor blood and its components (further − the donor) to RH negative a blood group;

when the missing number of donations (not more than 3-5 donations of blood or 10-15 donation of blood components) until the donor of the badge of distinction of the Ministry of health of the Republic of Belarus 'honorable enterprise Donar Respublika Belarus'.

Important!!! Donors of plasma and platelets methods for automatic plasmapheresis and thrombocytapheresis should have a well-pronounced cubital vein and previous experience of blood donation and its components, including at least two blood donations and (or) a single donation of plasma by the method of manual plasmapheresis.

What you should have?

Before medical examination of the donor for registration is in the UZ "Vitebsk regional blood transfusion station" the following documents:

  • the passport of the citizen of the Republic of Belarus or other document proving the identity;
  • military ID (for military service before the first donation of blood and its components);
  • photo 3x4 cm (before the first donation of blood and its components);
  • an extract from the medical documents on paper and (or) electronic media, issued by the outpatient health organization at the place of residence (place of stay), and in the presence of the departmental health care organizations – at the place of work (study, service) – prior to first donation of blood and its components, and further – 1 time per 6 months;
  • the results of x-ray (radiographic) studies of the chest – prior to first donation of blood and its components, and further – 1 every 12 months (the data are recorded in the statement of medical documents);
  • the results of the examination, gynecologist (for women) – before the first donation of blood and its components, and further – 1 time per 6 months (data are recorded in the statement of medical documents);
  • the ECG results of the study before the first donation by automatic plasmapheresis and thrombocytapheresis, and in the future 1 time in 6 months.

Important!!! If the donor is under medical examination, medical examinations or for any other purpose within the prescribed period has passed x-ray (radiographic) study of the chest and examination by a gynecologist (for women), and with the written consent of the donor, an extract from the medical documents may be requested UZ "Vitebsk regional blood transfusion station" of outpatient health organisation independently in the course of the appointment.

Contraindications to donation of blood and its components

Not all people can be donors, so that all who come to the station of blood transfusion, first of all, undergo a medical examination. This is dictated by concern about the health of the donor and the patient who is transfused blood.

Contraindications to donation can be absolute, when a man under any circumstances can not be a donor, and the relative, when the person after some time can become a donor.

 

 

the resolution of the MINISTRY of HEALTH of the Republic of BELARUS

may 19, 2011 No. 37

About establishment of the list of diseases and conditions in which delivery of blood and its components is contraindicated, and the approval of the Instruction on the procedure of medical examination of donors of blood and its components

the order of the Ministry of health of the Republic of Belarus 19.05.2011 № 37

(in edition of the resolution of the Ministry of health of the Republic of Belarus 01.07.2015 No. 88).

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What is the list of diseases and conditions in which the donation of blood and its components is contraindicated?

 

The list was approved by Decree of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus dated 19.05.2011 No. 37 “On establishing a list of diseases and conditions in which blood donation and its components are contraindicated, and approving the Instructions on the procedure for medical examination of blood donors and its components. '


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List of diseases and conditions

Duration of contraindication

1

Some infectious and parasitic diseases:

1.1

Tuberculosis, the consequences of tuberculosis

constantly

1.2

tularemia

constantly

1.3

brucellosis

constantly

1.4

leprosy, the consequences of leprosy

constantly

1.5

syphilis

constantly

1.6

trachoma, the effects of trachoma

constantly

1.7

typhus

constantly

1.8

slow viral infections of the central nervous system, including subacute transfusion spongiform encephalopathies (Kuru, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, Gerstmann-Streusler syndrome), amyotrophic leukospongiosis

constantly

1.9

viral hepatitis B (hereinafter - HBV), viral hepatitis C (hereinafter - HCV), other viral hepatitis with a parenteral transmission mechanism, a positive result of the study on markers of HBV and HCV, other viral hepatitis with a parenteral transmission mechanism

constantly

1.10

Human immunodeficiency virus disease (hereinafter referred to as HIV), a positive test result for HIV markers 1, 2

constantly

1.11

deep (systemic) mycoses

constantly

1.12

protozoal diseases, including leishmaniasis, trypanosomiasis, Chagas disease, toxoplasmosis, babesiosis (pyroplasmosis)

constantly

1.13

helminthiases: echinococcosis, dracunculiasis (rishta), filariasis

constantly

2

Neoplasms :

2.1

malignant neoplasms

constantly

2.2

benign with severe and (or) persistent marked impairment of functions

constantly

3

diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs and certain disorders involving the immune mechanism

constantly

4

endocrine system Diseases, nutritional and metabolic disorders:

4.1

thyroid disease with severe and (or) persistent marked impairment of functions, including hypothyroidism, thyrotoxicosis (hyperthyroidism), thyroiditis

constantly

4.2

diabetes

constantly

4.3

III degree obesity

constantly

4.4

other chronic relapsing diseases with severe and (or) persistent marked impairment of functions

constantly

5

Mental and behavioral disorders:

5.1

addiction, substance abuse, alcoholism

constantly

5.2

other mental and behavioral disorders, with the exception of mild somatoform disorders

constantly

6

Diseases of the nervous system:

6.1

history of epilepsy, other seizures, and paroxysmal seizures, with the exception of newborn seizures

constantly

6.2

other chronic recurrent diseases with a severe course and (or) persistent severe insufficiency of functions

constantly

7

Diseases of the eye and adnexa:

7.1

diseases of the iris, ciliary body, choroid, retina and optic nerve, including the effects of chronic uveitis (iritis, iridocyclitis, chorioretinal inflammation)

constantly

7.2

glaucoma

constantly

7.3

high myopia (6 diopters or more)

constantly

7.4

total blindness

constantly

7.5

other chronic recurrent diseases with a severe course and (or) persistent severe insufficiency of functions

constantly

8

Diseases of the ear and mastoid process:

8.1

total hearing loss of any etiology

constantly

8.2

other chronic recurrent diseases with a severe course and (or) persistent severe insufficiency of functions

constantly

9

Circulatory system diseases:

9.1

arterial hypertension of the II, III degree and (or) risk
  more than 2

constantly

9.2

coronary heart disease

constantly

9.3

cerebrovascular disease

constantly

9.4

other heart diseases (pericarditis, endocarditis, lesions of the heart valves (congenital and acquired), including prolapse (prolapse) of the valve (s) II, III degree, myocarditis, cardiomyopathy, rhythm and cardiac conduction disorders of various etiology, heart failure)

constantly

9.5

arterial disease, arterioles: atherosclerosis, obliterating endarteritis, aneurysm and aortic dissection, obliterating thromboangiitis, embolism and arterial thrombosis

constantly

9.6

vein disease: chronic recurrent phlebitis and thrombophlebitis, varicose veins (varicose veins) grade III

constantly

9.7

other chronic recurrent diseases with a severe course and (or) persistent severe insufficiency of functions

constantly

10

Respiratory diseases:

10.1

ozena

constantly

10.2

chronic lower respiratory tract diseases: chronic obstructive bronchitis, emphysema, other chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases, bronchial asthma, bronchiectatic disease

constantly

10.3

other chronic recurrent diseases with a severe course and (or) persistent severe insufficiency of functions

constantly

11

Digestive diseases:

11.1

peptic ulcer, duodenal ulcer

constantly

11.2

gallstone disease, chronic cholecystitis with severe and often recurring attacks

constantly

11.3

chronic liver diseases, including toxic and unclear etiology, cirrhosis of the liver

constantly

11.4

ulcerative colitis

constantly

11.5

other chronic relapsing diseases with severe and (or) persistent marked impairment of functions

constantly

12

diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue:

12.1

common infections of the skin, subcutaneous tissue, appendages of skin (pyoderma, furunculosis, sycosis and others)

constantly

12.2

bullous disorders (пUZырчатые dermatitis), erythroderma, dermatitis (eczema), psoriasis, lupus erythematosus

constantly

12.3

other chronic relapsing diseases with severe and (or) persistent marked impairment of functions

constantly

13

diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue:

13.1

systemic lesions of connective tissue

constantly

13.2

osteomyelitis

constantly

13.3

other chronic relapsing diseases with severe and (or) persistent marked impairment of functions

constantly

14

diseases of the genitourinary system:

14.1

acute and chronic glomerular and tubulointerstitial kidney diseases, including glomerulonephritis, pyelonephritis, nephritis, pielity

constantly

14.2

urolithiasis

constantly

14.3

other chronic relapsing diseases with severe and (or) persistent marked impairment of functions

constantly

15

Congenital anomalies (malformations), deformations and chromosomal abnormalities with severe and (or) persistent marked impairment of functions

constantly

16

Injury, poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes:

16.1

radiation sickness

constantly

16.2

consequences of injuries, poisoning and other consequences of external causes with a severe course and (or) persistent severe lack of functions

constantly

17

Conditions affecting the state of public health and treatment in a healthcare organization:

17.1

asymptomatic HIV infection status

constantly

17.2

Carriage of the causative agent of syphilis

constantly

17.3

Carriage of HBV and HCV and other viral hepatitis pathogens with parenteral transmission

constantly

17.4

Carriage of the human T-lymphotropic virus type I / II (HTLV-1/2)

constantly

17.5

a history of diseases and conditions in which drugs were prescribed for the human pituitary gland

constantly

17.6

personal history of anaphylactic shock

constantly

17.7

acquired absence of a limb, parenchymal, hollow organ or part thereof (liver, kidneys, lung, stomach, urinary bladder)

constantly

17.8

the presence of transplanted organs, tissues and blood cells

constantly

17.9

Disability Groups 1, 2, and 3

constantly

18

Conditions associated with the risk of a possible infection by a blood-borne infectious disease:

18.1

transfusion of blood and its components (with the exception of donors immunized with rhesus RBC antigens)

6 months from the date of transfusion of blood and its components

18.2

Surgery, including abortion

6 months from the date of surgery

18.3

flexible endoscopic endoscopy

6 months from the date of the study

18.4

penetration of foreign blood and other biological material onto the mucous membrane of the mouth, eyes, nose and / or damaged skin, damage (injection or cut) to the skin and / or mucous membrane, instruments that were in contact with alien blood and other biological material

6 months from the date of contact

18.5

close domestic and / or sexual contact with people infected with HBV and HCV, other viral hepatitis with a parenteral transmission mechanism

12 months from the date of termination of contact

18.6

close household and (or) sexual contact with people infected with hepatitis A virus and hepatitis E virus, other hepatitis viruses with an enteric transmission mechanism

3 months from the date of termination of contact

18.7

close household and / or sexual contact with people infected with HIV

12 months from the date of termination of contact

19

Past illnesses, injuries, poisoning and some other consequences of external causes:

19.1

typhoid fever (in the absence of pronounced functional disorders)

12 months from the date of full clinical and laboratory recovery

19.2

Ku fever

2 years from the date of full clinical and laboratory recovery

19.3

malaria (in the absence of symptoms and negative immunological results)

3 years from the date of full clinical and laboratory recovery

19.4

flu, acute respiratory infection

15 days from the date of recovery

19.5

pneumonia

6 months from the date of full clinical and laboratory recovery

19.6

tonsillitis

30 days from the date of recovery

19.7

other infectious and parasitic diseases

6 months from the date of full clinical and laboratory recovery

19.8

acute or chronic inflammatory processes in the acute stage, regardless of location

30 days after recovery or relief of an acute period

19.9

allergic diseases

2 months after stopping the acute period

19.10

dental treatment (in the absence of complications):

10.19.1

therapeutic <

24 hours

19.10.2

surgical

7 days

19.11

consequences of injuries, poisoning and some other consequences of external causes:

11/19/1

mild

3 months after recovery

11/19/2

Medium

6 months after recovery

11/19/3

Closed head injury:

11.19.3.1

mild

3 months after recovery

11.19.3.2

Medium

6 months after recovery

11.19.3.3

severe

12 months after recovery

11/19/4

Injury or swelling of sick (suspicious) rabies animals

12 months after the bite date

11.19.5

tick bite (if there is a risk of infection with tick-borne encephalitis)

12 months after the bite date

11/19/6

drinking alcohol, low alcohol drinks and beer

48 hours

20

Vaccinations :

20.1

vaccination with killed vaccines, toxoids (hepatitis A, hepatitis B, tetanus, diphtheria, whooping cough, polio, paratyphoid, cholera, flu, meningococcal infection, tick-borne encephalitis and others)

10 days after the last vaccination date

20.2

vaccination with live vaccines (brucellosis, plague, tularemia, anthrax, chickenpox, measles, rubella, mumps, live attenuated typhoid vaccine, live attenuated cholera vaccine, oral polio, yellow fever and others) , administration of tetanus toxoid (in the absence of severe inflammation at the injection site)

30 days after the last vaccination date

20.3

vaccination against rabies (trauma or drooping of patients (suspected of being ill) with rabies animals)

12 months after the last vaccination date (if necessary, follow-up period)

21

Medication:

21.1

antibiotics

10 days after the end of reception

21.2

salicylates, analgesics

5 days after the end of reception

21.3

other medicines

the term is determined by the composition of the drugs and the underlying disease

22

Abnormality of laboratory blood tests:

22.1

3-fold permutation during the year of research on markers of viral HBV, HCV, HIV, syphilis

6 months after receiving the study result

22.2

Abnormal laboratory blood tests

30 days after receiving the research results

23

Other states:

23.1

gestation period

12 months after delivery

23.2

lactation

3 months after lactation

23.3

menstruation period

5 days after the end of your period

Important !!!
The minimum intervals between blood donations are at least 60 calendar days, after each 5th donation - at least 90 calendar days, between donations of blood components (plasma, platelets) - at least 14 calendar days, between donation of blood components (plasma, platelets) and blood donation - at least 30 calendar days.
The maximum amount of blood components collected during the calendar year cannot exceed 20 liters.
     
 
 
   
 
 
 

What is the minimum body weight at which donation of blood and its components is possible?

 
 
 
   
 
 
 

After visiting which countries, persons temporarily cannot be donors?

by Order of the Ministry of health of the Republic of Belarus of 2.09.1993, № 185 'About epidemiological surveillance for malaria,' determined that, returnees from malaria-affected countries (regions) can not be donors for 3 years. The decision of the Ministry of health of the Republic of Belarus dated 21.03.2013 № 23 'On approval of sanitary norms and rules 'Requirements to organization and holding of sanitary and anti-epidemic measures aimed at the prevention of introduction, emergence and spread of malaria' and a recognition become invalid for the decision of the Chief state sanitary doctor of the Republic of Belarus of 12 December 2003 No. 161' set the list of such malaria-endemic countries:

AFRICA

Algeria

Risk is limited to the lesion in Ihrere (Department of Illizi)

Angola

All year everywhere

Benin

All year everywhere

Botswana

November through June in the Northern part of the country; Boteti the districts of Central, Chobe, Ngamiland, Okavango, North-East

Burkina Faso

All year everywhere

Burundi

All year everywhere

Gabon

All year everywhere

Gambia

All year everywhere

Ghana

All year everywhere

Guinea

All year everywhere

Guinea-Bissau

All year everywhere

Djibouti

All year everywhere

Egypt

Risk is limited. Found only in the area of El Fayoum

Zambia

All year everywhere

Zimbabwe

All year everywhere below 1200 m above sea level. No risk in cities of Harare and Bulawayo

Cameroon

All year everywhere

Cape Verde

Limited risk on the island of Santiago from September to November

Kenya

All year everywhere below 2500 m above sea level. There is no risk in the city ofNairobi

Congo

All year round everywhere

Democratic Republic of the Congo

All year round everywhere

Côte d'Ivoire

All year round everywhere

Comoros

All year round everywhere

Liberia

All year round everywhere

Mauritius

In some rural areas (3-day vivax malaria). No risk on Fr. Rodriguez

Mauritania

All year round, except for the northern territories of Daklet Nuadhibibo and Tiris Zemur

Madagascar

Throughout the year, including coastal areas

Malawi

All year round everywhere

Mali

All year round everywhere

Morocco

From May to October, in certain rural areas (3-day vivax malaria) Chefchoen's discretion. No risk in Tangier, Rabat, Casablanca, Marrakesh, Fez

Mozambique

All year round everywhere

Namibia

From November to June in the northern regions of Kunin, Ohangwen, Okavang, Caprivi, Omahaeka, Omusati, Oshana, Oshikoto, Otozondyupa

Niger

All year round everywhere

Nigeria

All year round everywhere

Rwanda

All year round everywhere

Sao Tome and Principe

All year round everywhere

Swaziland

All year in the low-lying steppe territories, mainly Big Bend, Mkhlume, Simunye, Tskhaneni

Senegal

All year round everywhere

Somalia

All year round everywhere

Sudan

All year round. Low risk of infection in the north of the country and on the Red Sea coast

Sierra Leone

All year round everywhere

Tanzania

Throughout the year, everywhere below 1800 m

Togo

All year round everywhere

Uganda

All year round everywhere

Central African Republic

All year round everywhere

Chad

All year round everywhere

Equatorial Guinea

All year round everywhere

Eritrea

Throughout the year, everywhere below 2200 m. There is no risk in Asmara

Ethiopia

Throughout the year, everywhere below 2000 m. There is no risk in Addis Ababa

South Africa

All year in areas below 1800 m in the provinces of North and Mpumalanga (including Kruger Park), as well as in the northeast of Kuazulu-Natal to the Tugela River

EURASIA

Azerbaijan

Only P.vivax is found. The risk of infection is limited to the southern regions, as well as the Khachmaz zone in the warm season

Armenia

Only P.vivax is found. The risk of infection is limited to the western border areas of the Ararat region (Masis, Ararat, Artashat) during the warm season

Afghanistan

Worldwide below 2000 m above sea level from April to December

Bangladesh

Everywhere all year except Dhaka

Bhutan

There are 5 districts throughout the year in rural areas: Shirang, Samchi, Sarnang, Samdrunionghar, Shemgang

Vietnam

Throughout the year, everywhere, except for the central industrial regions of the Red River Delta and the coastal plain north of Nha Trang

Georgia

Only P.vivax is found. The risk of infection is observed in rural areas of the south-eastern part of the country during the warm season. There is no risk of infection in Tbilisi

India

Throughout the year, everywhere below 2000 m, excluding some of the territories of the states of Pradesh, Jammu, Kashmir, Sikkim

Indonesia

Throughout the year, everywhere except Jakarta, major cities and tourist centers on the islands of Java and Bali

Iran

Limited risk of contracting P.vivax north of Zagras in the western and southwestern regions during the summer months. P.falciparum from March to November mainly in rural areas of Sistan, Balochistan, Gormozgan and Kerman provinces

Iraq

Only P.vivax is found. The risk of infection from May to November in the north is below 1,500 m (Dahuk, Erbil, Ninewa, Tamim, Sulaymaniyah provinces), as well as in Basra province

Yemen

All year round. No risk of infection in Sana'a

Cambodia

Throughout the year, excluding Phnom Penh and the coastal areas of Lake Tonle Sep

China

Malaria transmission exists in areas below 1,500 m (mainly P.vivax) north of 33 ° N - from July to November; between 33 and 25 ° N - from May to December; south of 25 ° N - whole year. There is no risk of infection in cities and densely populated flat areas, as well as in tourist centers

DPRK

Limited risk of P.vivax infection in the southern regions

Korea South

The risk is limited to the demilitarized zone and rural areas of the northern part of the Kyonggi and Kangwon regions

Kyrgyzstan

Risk in some southern and western parts of the country in the areas of Batken, Osh and Jalal-Abad along the border with Tajikistan and Uzbekistan

Laos

All year round everywhere except Vientiane

Malaysia

Malaria transmission occurs in limited outbreaks of the country and in the northwest of the island of Kalimantan (Sabah). Malaria free from urban and coastal areas

Myanmar

All year below 1000 m in Karen; from March to December - in the states of Chin, Kachin, Moi, Rakhain, Shan, Pegu, Hlegu, Hmaubi, Taichi, Kaya; from April to December - in the rural areas of Tenaserim; from May to December - in Irrawaddy and in the rural areas of Mandalay; from June to November - in the rural areas of Mague and Sicine

Nepal

All year in rural Terai and along the Indian border

United Arab Emirates

There is a risk of infection in the north of the Emirates in the foothills and valleys of mountain regions bordering Oman

Oman

Only P.vivax. Very limited risk in the remote province of Musandan

Pakistan

Throughout the year, everywhere below 2,000 m

Saudi Arabia

All year in most southern and some rural western provinces. No risk of infection in Food, Mecca, Medina and Taif

Syria

From May to October, several foci along the northern border and in the north-east of the country

Tajikistan

There is a risk of infection in the southern areas bordering Afghanistan and some areas: Dushanbe, Gorno-Badakhshan and Leninabad

Thailand

Throughout the year, everywhere in forested rural areas bordering Cambodia and Myanmar.There is no risk of infection in cities and large tourist centers (Bangkok, Pattaya, Phuket, Chiang Mai, Samui)

Turkmenistan

There is a limited risk of P.vivax infection in rural Mary province bordering Afghanistan

Turkey

There is a risk of infection in the provinces of Aisel, Adana, Osmanih, Hatay, Kahraman Maras, Gadintep, Kilis, Adriaman, Sanliurfa, Ela-Zig, Dyarbakar, Mardin, Bengal, Mus, Batman, Beatleese, Slirt, Sirnak, Van, Hakkari. No risk of infection in major cities and tourist areas

UZ Uzbekistan

There are sporadic cases in individual regions during the warm season

Philippines

Throughout the year, everywhere in rural areas below 600 m. There is no risk of infection in cities, including Manila

Sri Lanka

Throughout the year, excluding the districts of Colombo, Kalutara, Nuwara Elya

CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA

Argentina

Only P.vivax is found. There is a low risk of infection from October to May in rural areas below 1200 m on the border with Bolivia and Paraguay

Belize

Throughout the year, everywhere except in urban areas. High risk of contracting vivax malaria in western and southern parts of the country

Brazil

All year in areas below 900 m in the states of Acre, Rondonia, Amana, Amazonas, Roraima, Tokantina, in the western part of the state of Moranhao, the northern part of Mato Grasso and the state of Para. There is also transmission on the outskirts of Porto Velho, Boa Visto, Masara, Manaus, Santrem and Maraba

Bolivia

Throughout the year, everywhere in rural areas below 2500 m in the departments of Beni, Chukvisaka, Cohabambo, La Paz, Pando, Santa Cruz, Tarja

Venezuela

All year in rural areas of the states of Amazonas, Barinas, Bolivar, Sucre, Tachira Delta

Haiti

High risk of infection throughout the year in the wooded areas of the cantons of Chantala, Gros Morne, Gaincha, Yak Mel and Maisade

Guyana

All year round everywhere

Guatemala

Throughout the year, everywhere below 1,500 m

French GuianaUZ

Throughout the year throughout the municipalities bordering Brazil and Suriname

Honduras

All year in rural areas

Dominican Republic

All year in rural areas, provinces bordering Haiti and La Antagration, including Pointe Cana and Bovaro Beach

Colombia

Throughout the year, everywhere in rural areas below 800 m. There is no risk in the cities of Bogota and Vasinita

Costa Rica

All year below 700 m in the provinces of Alapela, Lemon, Guanocaste and Heridia. No risk inLemon

Mexico

All year in rural areas of the states of Oaxaca, Chiapas, Sinaloa, Michoacan, Quintana Ros, Guerero, Campeche, Tabasco, Nayarit, Hidalgo, Chihuahua

Nicaragua

All year in rural areas and city outskirts, including Managua

Panama

Low risk of infection throughout the year in the provinces of Bocas de Toro, Darien and San Blas

Paraguay

Throughout the year, moderate risk of infection in the departments of Kaaguazu, Alto Parana, Pedro, Candendia

Peru

Throughout the year, with the exception of Arequana, Mokvegua, Puno and Tacno, as well as the cities of Lima, Cuzco, Machu Picchu and Lake Titicaca

El Salvador

There is a low risk of infection throughout the year in the province of Santo Ana, as well as in rural areas bordering Guatemala

Suriname

Throughout the year, mainly in 3 southern districts. In Paramaribo and other coastal districts, the risk is negligible

Ecuador

Throughout the year, everywhere below 1,500 m. There is no risk of infection in the cities of Guiaquil, Quito, as well as in tourist centers and the Galapagos Islands

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Vanuatu

All year round everywhere except about. Fortune

Papua New Guinea

Throughout the year, everywhere below 1800 m above sea level

Solomon Islands

Throughout the year, with the exception of the remote eastern and southern islands

Timor

All year round everywhere

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