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Speaking to Radio Dabanga, the minister disclosed that one person died of yellow fever in the Roakirro locality and that another five people are infected; four of them are hospitalized in Zalingei and the other is being treated in Wadi Saleh. This brings the total yellow fever death toll to 83 and infection cases to 443, Yousef pointed out.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
I check this frequently and it usually catches the weird stuff along with the myriad normal things happening every day. For anyone who hasn't seen this site before....just trust me. The screens and reports always look this busy and it's not a biological tsunami, even if that's hard to believe at first glance. The media makes this stuff sound rare..lol
Global Disease Outbreak Index
This outbreak hasn't made it yet....There is another unknown agent in Nigeria killing though and it has quite a few more by the sound of it. The green eyes for this thread got my attention ...but what is it with Africa having such a regular occurrence of 'unknown' viruses? Is it technical challenge to identifying them or are truly NEW ones coming out of nature that often there?edit on 27-12-2012 by Wrabbit2000 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by fictitious
reply to post by OrionsWitness
This is going to sound dumb, but when you look at the map in the link and scroll/click and grab right or left, how come different emergencies are listed? Am I scrolling to another day?
Originally posted by IamAbeliever
Based on the reports of yellow skin tone and green eyes, whatever the hell is causing it is attacking the liver or pancreas.
Scary stuff, nonetheless.