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Balochistan Issues Congo Virus Red Alert

Balochistan Issues Congo Virus Red Alert. In response to the alarming surge in Congo virus cases, the Balochistan government has issued a red alert due to the virus claiming the lives of 16 individuals in the province.

This critical situation has necessitated immediate action, as interim Chief Minister Mir Ali Mardan Domki has directed the health and livestock departments to take urgent measures to contain the disease.

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Chief Minister Domki underscored the gravity of the situation and stressed the importance of promptly disseminating information about the Congo virus to the general public.

Additionally, he has mandated the implementation of anti-viral spray measures in dairy farms to mitigate the virus’s spread.

The minister has also emphasized the need for individuals displaying symptoms of the virus to seek immediate medical attention.

The urgency of the situation was further emphasized by the tragic death of a doctor diagnosed with the Congo virus in Quetta. The patient passed away while being transported to Karachi for medical treatment.

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This year, the Fatima Jinnah Hospital in Quetta has been inundated with 41 patients afflicted by the Congo virus, and regrettably, 16 of them have lost their lives to the disease.

The Congo virus primarily spreads to humans through ticks found on cattle and other livestock, leading to severe symptoms such as high fever, muscle pain, vomiting, and internal bleeding.

Congo Virus Symptoms

With a high fatality rate and no available vaccine or specific treatment, the outbreak poses a growing concern for the region. Citizens are advised to take precautionary measures and seek urgent medical help in case of symptoms.

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