Ebola Outbreak in Uganda Claims More Lives
The Ebola outbreak in Uganda has claimed the lives of 16 people after the National Ministry of Health confirmed the passing of two people.
According to the details of the government, one of the two victims was sick in the hospital of Kagadi, in the Kibale district in the West of Uganda. The other victim was committed to the same hospital and was isolated. The Ministry of Health informed they continue to monitor the 176 people who have been exposed to the decease and other ill people.
Ebola is a hemorrhagic fever that it’s transmitted by direct contact with the infected or by blood, body fluids or just by wearing the sick persons clothing. AV
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