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Sarah Opendi said: "Results from Uganda Virus Research Institute tested positive for the Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever and negative for other viral Hemorrhagic Fevers like Ebola, Marburg, Rift Valley Fever and Sosua," External link

ibtimes-uk Monday, January 15, 2018 11:04:00 PM CET

Sarah Opendi said: "Results from Uganda Virus Research Institute tested positive for the Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever and negative for other viral Hemorrhagic Fevers like Ebola, Marburg, Rift Valley Fever and Sosua”. The confirmation comes after just two weeks ago the Ugandan Health Ministry denied there was an outbreak. Positive tests for CCHF came from samples taken from a 9-year-old paitent Kihwoko Hospital. NTV VICTIMS: Disease control agents investigate the home of a suspected patient in Uganda WHO first raised fears of a VHF outbreak in central Africa with a report of a number of deaths in South Sudan. A pregnant woman, and two teenagers all succumbed to a mystery infection along with a number of animals. However, it is not confirmed whether these deaths are also from CCHF or a separate similar strain of VHF. Outbreak in the nation could be catastrophic with South Sudan bordered by Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, the Congo and the Central African Republic. GETTY OUTBREAK: World power mobilised when Africa was hit by an Ebola in 2014 There were fears up to 60 people could be infected, and are each undergoing analysis by a team from the Sudanese health ministry and WHO. In a recent report, WHO wrote: " External link

dailystar Monday, January 15, 2018 8:15:00 PM CET

Sarah Opendi said: "Results from Uganda Virus Research Institute, Entebbe tested positive for the Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever and negative for other viral Hemorrhagic Fevers like Ebola, Marburg, Rift Valley Fever and Sosuga," External link

xinhuanet_en Monday, January 15, 2018 11:07:00 AM CET

Sarah Opendi said: "The laboratory results from the deceased's blood samples tested negative for CCHF and other viral Hemorrhagic fevers. The Ministry of Health is continuing to investigate the possible cause of the death of this young girl in collaboration with partners," External link

xinhuanet_en Monday, January 15, 2018 11:07:00 AM CET

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