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Deadly Marburg Virus back in Africa

The lethal Marburg virus disease appeared this week on the Uganda-Kenya border. One person is confirmed dead and several hundred are believed to have been exposed to the deadly virus, in healthcare centers and at traditional funerals. The WHO is working around the clock to contain the outbreak which has a fatality rate of up to 88 per cent.

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