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We visit Delhi, Jaipur, Agra and Ranthambhore in November and our nurse said we did not need malaria tablets as it is low to no risk but our friends said after monsoon rains they will be about places with water, has anyone been told this.

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1. Re: Malaria

Malaria does exist in Rajasthan, but it is not a hot spot. We took anti-malarials to be on the safe side (it only takes one bite) because we don't get any adverse reaction to Chloroquine and Paludrin (spelling??). It's your choice.

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