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Sudan Ebolavirus Outbreak Expands in Uganda

In Travel Vaccine News by Travel Vaccine

In an accelerated effort to scale up the response to the Sudan Ebolavirus outbreak in Uganda, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced today it is delivering medical supplies, providing logistics, and deploying staff to support the national authorities in halting the spread of the deadly virus.
As of September 22, 2022, seven cases, including one death, have been confirmed to have contracted Sudan Ebolavirus. 
And forty-three contacts have been identified, with ten people receiving treatment at the regional referral hospital in Mubende, Uganda.

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Are COVID-19 Infections Based on Genes

In COVID-19, Latest News by Precision Vaccinations

What manifests as minor, flu-like symptoms in some people infected with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus can spiral into severe COVID-19 in others. A new paper published in the peer-review journal Nature may explain the genetic underpinnings of this dichotomy. 
According to Rockefeller University researchers, mice with gene variants previously linked to Alzheimer's disease were at greater risk of dying when infected with COVID-19.