Congo Virus Outbreak in Quetta 8 New Cases Reported

Congo Virus Outbreak in Quetta 8 New Cases Reported

In a recent PCR test at the Fatima Jinnah Hospital in Quetta, 8 new cases of the Congo Virus were found in medical and non-medical staff.

The Integrated Health Monitoring and Emergency Response Team of the Department of Health is looking into this very worrying finding very carefully to stop the disease from spreading even more.

The Fatima Jinnah Hospital in Quetta acted quickly to fix the problem by putting in place strict testing procedures.

Out of the 18 medical and non-medical staff members who were tested for Congo virus, five doctors and three non-doctors were found to have it.

In the medical community, this has caused worry because the Congo disease is a serious illness that can be life-threatening. To protect both the hospital workers and the patients, it is important to stop the spread of the disease.

As part of the hospital’s preventative approach, all the necessary steps have been taken to test and contain the patient.

The hospital staff is working closely with health officials to make sure that the reaction is quick and effective. The incident is being looked into by the Integrated Health Monitoring and Emergency Response Team.

Their knowledge and experience in dealing with health problems will be very helpful in figuring out where the outbreak came from and making a full plan to control it and stop it from spreading.

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