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October 05, 2001
A father looks out of an isloation ward window as his 10 year-old son Mohd Ismael (background R) who...
Quetta, Pakistan
A father looks out of an isloation ward window as his 10 year-old son Mohd Ismael (background R) who.....
A father looks out of an isloation ward window as his 10 year-old son Mohd Ismael (background R) who is suffering from Crimea-Congo Haemorragic fever, lies ill in bed in the Fatima Jinnah Chest hospital in Baluchistan's capital of Quetta October 5, 2001. The Crimea-congo Haemorragic fever is carried by livestock ticks, and humans are vulnerable when they live in proximity with herds of sheep or goats. The virus is spread through urine, stools, blood or spit. The symptoms are nose-bleeds, bleeding from the rectum, even through the skin. Since June, 64 cases have been reported, 7 died from which 20 Afghans and 16 from Quetta.
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