After the Marburg disease was detected in Ghana the WHO is now warning of the rise of the Marburg disease in Equatorial Guinea.

The crony WHO has announced that there have been eight additional confirmed cases of Marburg disease in Equatorial Guinea.

It was in mid-February when the same WHO convened an urgent meeting amid this outbreak in Africa described by the Daily Mail as “one of the deadliest diseases known to man.”

During the urgent meeting worldwide experts came together to discuss “how to ramp up the development of vaccines and therapeutics” for this virus. The usual solution and the “cure” is always in vaccines and more vaccines.

The fear mongering propaganda is in full swing again with the Daily Mail reporting that “there are growing fears that the world could be caught off guard by the currently untreatable infection that kills up to 88 percent of the people it infects.”

Since the outbreak of the deadly disease similar to Ebola was declared in February there have been nine laboratory-confirmed cases and 20 probable cases. Twenty deaths have been reported.

The WHO said in a statement that of the eight new cases two were reported from the Kie-Ntem province of the Central African nation four from the Litoral province and two from the Centre-Sur province.

The WHO said that the areas reporting cases are about 150 kilometres (93 miles) apart suggesting a wider transmission of the virus.
WHO Africa Director Matshidiso Moeti said in the statement that “The confirmation of these new cases is a critical signal to scale up response efforts to quickly stop the chain of transmission.”

The WHO describes Marburg virus disease as a viral hemorrhagic fever with a fatality rate that can reach 88%.

And now the virus seems to be spreading in Tanzania with five people dying in Tanzania’s north-western Kagera region as per the country’s health ministry. Health Minister Ummy Mwalimu said “the disease had been contained and she was confident it would not spread further.” Until the writing of this blog three people have been announced to being treated in hospital with authorities tracing 161 contacts.

The WHO has praised Tanzania’s strategy to control the spread.

High fever is a common symptom of the deadly Ebola-like virus often followed by bleeding and organ failure.

The Marburg virus was already detected in July of last year in Ghana with two fatalities. At the time health officials in the west African nation said that 98 people were under quarantine as suspected cases were rising.

The irony of it all is that narcotics kill around 11 million people every year; alkohol kills around 3 million people every year; smoking kills around 7 million people every year; junk food kills around 11 million people every year; more than 10 million die of cancer every year but Covid-19 was declared a worldwide pandemic with 6 879 677 alleged Covid deaths.

Monkeypox killed 5 people and it was declared a worldwide health emergency. Then suddenly it hovered in the skies and filthy air. So far we have 8 cases of the Marburg virus. Will it be declared a worldwide health emergency?

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