Malaria: Wisconsin Data

The first reported case of malaria in a Wisconsin resident was in 2001. There have been 263 reported cases of malaria in Wisconsin between 2001 and 2018. All of these cases were reported by people who traveled outside of the U.S. to a country with malaria.

Malaria is preventable.

Below are the statewide data for malaria. For information on national data, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Malaria Surveillance page.

Visit the Department of Health Services Malaria Reporting and Surveillance webpage for reporting requirements for health care professionals.

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Total Malaria Cases (2009-2018)

Wisconsin Travel-Associated Malaria Cases, 2009-2018.

Malaria Cases by Species (2009-2018)

Graph of Wisconsin travel-associated Malaria cases by species of infection 2009-2018

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Last Revised: February 22, 2021