A new viral outbreak of the malar rash has infected more than half of the country’s population and left at least 10,000 people with symptoms.
The new virus is named after Malar, a village in southern India, and is spread by contaminated food or water and other sources.
A new outbreak of a new strain of the virus has infected at least 50,000 Indians, according to data from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
There are currently at least 4,818 cases of malar in India.
It is also the most common cause of diarrhea and has a mortality rate of over 1,200 per 100,000, according the World Health Organization.
The government has launched a campaign to vaccinate the population against the new strain.
The government has also announced a new vaccine for the strain.
Malar rash is usually spread by eating contaminated food and drinking water.
People who are ill can become infected through contaminated surfaces and utensils, and their skin can turn red or purple.
The latest outbreak of maler rash has been confirmed in the southern state of Uttar Pradesh, where the outbreak has been detected in at least two villages.
The state government has set up a team of experts to vaccidate the population in the affected villages.