WHO says Equatorial Guinea confirms 1st outbreak of Marburg
Equatorial Guinea confirms outbreak of Marburg virus, nine persons dead: WHO
In a press statement, WHO said that Equatorial Guinea confirmed its first-ever outbreak on Monday (local time) after the nine people's samples turned out positive for the Marburg virus disease.
Marburg Virus Outbreak in Equatorial Guinea: Nine Dead, One District under Lockdown
Nine people have died in Equatorial Guinea from an "outbreak" of the Marburg virus, which causes a hemorrhagic fever nearly as deadly as Ebola, the health minister said Monday, announcing that a province had been placed in quarantine
Equatorial Guinea confirms country's first Marburg virus disease outbreak -WHO
Equatorial Guinea has confirmed its first outbreak of the Marburg virus, a highly infectious and deadly disease similar to Ebola, following the deaths of at least nine people, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Monday.
Deadly Marburg virus kills nine people in fresh outbreak - and there's no cure
The killer Marburg virus, which has a mortality rate of up to 88%, has been identified in Equatorial Guinea who are struggling to contain the deadly outbreak