Tularaemia Disease (Tularemia)

What is Tularaemia Disease? Tularaemia (Tularemia) is an infectious disease.  Humans can become infected following a bite from an infected tick or animal contact.  The bacteria enters the body through an area of broken skin however, it can also be breathed  in through the nose or mouth. The symptoms include a high fever, generalised aching and swollen glands. […]

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Yellow Fever Virus

Yellow Fever is a virus, which is spread via the bite of an infected mosquito. It is found in tropical areas of Africa and South America. While the disease is not found in Asia – the potential is there for spread due to the presence of the Ades mosquito, which is responsible for its spread.

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Tetanus

Tetanus is caused by a bacterium most often found in the soil, but spores can also be found in the faeces of domestic animals. Tetanus is usually contracted through minor wounds and burns, most frequently during the summer months or in warm climates.

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