Evening Standard | 07/01/2021 06:43 PM | Click to read full article
Ebola, which spreads through transmission of bodily fluids and exposes healthcare workers to grave risk as well is no better contained than before. Lassa fever is a viral infection which causes haemorrhagic illness symptoms.
Known to be related to the family of viruses which causes Ebola, Marburg Virus can be super contagious and spread via even by touching a patient, dead or alive. In the first outbreak reported in 2005 in Uganda, over 90% of infected people lost their lives.