An outbreak of a disease unknown to medical professionals has claimed the lives of two children in Afghanistan. In just one day, 80 people turned out to be vicious.
The disease was registered in the Afghan province of Zabul, the TV channel reported. TOLO news (Afghanistan’s first 24/7 news channel owned by the MOBY Group), citing the head of the Taliban’s local health department.
According to the channel, in the Shajoy district, which is located in the east of the province, at least 80 people were infected per day, two children died. The main symptoms are bleeding from the mouth and nose, and high fever.
Earlier we talked about mass outbreak coronavirus in China. Chinese officials estimate that about 250 million people, or 18% of China’s population, contracted Covid-19 in the first 20 days of December alone, after Beijing lifted its tough Covid restrictions, accompanied by social and economic protests.