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After The Coronavirus Another Deadly Virus, Marburg’s Trace Is Found In Ghana

The world still now can’t overcome the catastrophic situation of the coronavirus outbreak. But already, another type of virus similar to Ebola has been detected.

Ghana has already confirmed the first two cases of the deadly Marburg virus. In addition, the first effect of the Marburg virus is found in Germany. This disease is highly infectious. 

And another scary news is both of these two patients died due to this virus’s attack. At the beginning of this month, their testing samples were verified by the laboratory of Senegal.

Marburg virus testing

Now 98 people are quarantined who are coming into contact with these two patients.

Like the coronavirus, these deadly infections also do not have treatments. Even vaccines are not available. The only solution is to drink plenty of water and treat the specific symptoms. It all depends on the patient’s immunity and disease protection capabilities.

The scientific experiments are saying the virus is spreading through the fruit bats. And this deadly virus is also affecting the whole body during blood transmissions.

The symptoms of the Marburg virus effect are:

  • High fever with a severe headache.
  • Muscle aches and body pain are common symptoms of viral fever.
  • Abdominal pain and cramping.
  • On this day, the patients are often suffering nausea, diarrhoea, bleeding, and vomiting.
  • Diarrhoea can persist for more than a single week.
  • The non-itchy rashes are other symptoms that can be noted within two or seven days.

The health officials are already warning the people about the virus. And the strict instruction is always to consume properly cooked meat. Yes, half cook meat and raw meats are more prone to spread this virus.

According to the global health body news In Africa, there is a record of the previous outbreak in Angola, Congo, and Kenya. In Germany, in 1967, seven people died due to the attack of the Marburg virus. And in 2005, 200 people died due to the outbreak of this virus.

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