India’s first Ebola case registered at Mumbai?

A 31 year old man, who worked at Nigeria for a while and returned to India recently, has been admitted to Mumbai’s Sir DM Petit hospital at Vasai Virar with symptoms related to Ebola. Tests are being conducted on him, the area he is put has been sealed of completely. The results are awaited. Meanwhile, another man in Chennai, who was doubted to have contracted Ebola has been discharged as the tests turned negative. Ebola has caused over 1000 deaths in West Africa, prompting WHO to declare international health emergency.

Medaram Jathara

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