Capacity to Fight Sudan's Deadly Fever Questioned

The rapidly spreading disease has got a local hospital questioning whether it has the capacity to fight the fever that has killed and infected scores in Darfur.

Getting a check-up (file photo): Yellow fever is transmitted by mosquitoes or contaminated blood.

  • Sudan:   Govt Identifies Disease That Killed Scores

    Dabanga, 1 November 2012

    Sudan's Federal Health Ministry described the unknown fever which is spreading rapidly across Central Darfur as a hemorrhagic fever caused by the yellow fever virus, Radio Dabanga… Read more »

  • Sudan:   98 Die and 458 Infected With Unknown Fever

    Dabanga, 30 October 2012

    According to news reports 98 citizens have died and another 458 have been infected as a result of an unknown fever over the past three weeks in several areas of Central Darfur,… Read more »

  • Sudan:   Unknown Fever Kills Dozens

    Dabanga, 29 October 2012

    As a result of the spread of an unknown fever, 37 people have died and more than 125 others have been infected over the past three weeks in the areas of Jebel Ahmar, Hillat Beida,… Read more »

  • Sudan:   'Mysterious Disease' Leads to Death of Five

    Dabanga, 26 October 2012

    The emergence of a 'mysterious disease', causing diarrhea and vomiting, has led to the death of five people in the region of Jebel al-Ahmar, east of Zalingei and close to Beida in… Read more »


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