Moscow, December 30 (Sputnik) .- United States members who traveled to the Democratic Republic of the Congo in order to face the onset of the Ebola virus in North East Africa, observed that the University of Nebraska's doctor suspects possible pathogens.
According to data published by the medical center on its website, individuals with "no symptoms of ebola", however, need constant monitoring of the situation.
"This person may suffer from the virus, but it is not ill, and there is no risk of infection," said Ted Ciesl, a medical doctor at the University Medical Center.
The observation period can be extended in two weeks.
According to the latest data from the Ministry of Health in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the emergence of Ebola among North Kivu and Ituri has caused 360 deaths to date, from 593 cases to 545 confirmed. ; 203 people retrieved.
Ebola virus disease is a serious illness that often results in a serious outcome, which reduces the percentage by 50.
It extends to people, either directly or directly with contacted infections of organs, blood or other infected people, and fever, weakness and muscles, vomiting, diarrhea, skin lesions, dysfunction. kidneys and liver and, in some cases, internal and external bleeding.
The incubation period of the virus is between 2 and 21 days. (Sputnik)