NEW UNKNOWN PLAGUE FEARS GROW: Deadly New Black Death Virus With No Cure Has Health Officials And The World On Edge
BY JOE CRUZ
Plague fears grow as Malawi becomes tenth African nation put on alert for the spread of the killer disease. Malawi is bracing itself for an outbreak of the plague after the deadly disease continues to spread across the island nation of Madagascar. At least 143 people have died and more than 2,000 others have been infected in Madagascar since an outbreak in early August this year. Yet Malawi’s health secretary confirmed the country is ready for any reported cases of the disease amid mounting concerns of Africa’s ‘porous borders.’
Malawi’s health secretary confirmed the country is ready for any reported cases of the disease amid mounting concerns of Africa’s ‘porous borders’. He said: ‘We have infection prevention materials ready and groups and teams ready to be activated if there is a trigger.’ South Africa, Mauritius, Seychelles, Tanzania, La Réunion, Mozambique, Kenya, Ethiopia and Comoros have all been warned they could be at risk from a possible outbreak as well…
Health expert Professor Jimmy Whitworth described the current outbreak as the ‘worst in 50 years or more’.