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Yellow Fever Outbreak: Ondo Government warns residents

 
 
By: Samson Omotayo Date: 30-11-2018

Towards safeguarding the health of state, the Ondo State has warned residents of the state of yellow fever outbreak in several parts of the country.


In a Press statement, the Commissioner for health Dr. Wahab Adegbenro said residents of the state must be proactive as the outbreak had spread to neighboring states, this he says call for serious caution.


Dr. Adegbenro described yellow fever as a serious viral infection that can affect all ages and usually transmitted by mosquitoes.


He listed some of its symptoms to include: fever, body ache, vomiting, yellowness of the eyes and bleeding in serious cases.


The Health Commissioner charged residents to maintain proper hygiene in their environment, and make sure they sleep under mosquito nets.


He added that everyone should be on guard, report to the nearest hospital when any report of the aforementioned symptoms are observed and avoid self-medication.


Dr Adegbenro also charge health workers to be at alerts, investigate all feverish cases and alerts appropriate authorities when there is any suspected case.






 
 
 

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