Even as the world is battling with the coronavirus pandemic, which has crippled and infected millions, scientists are still working to identify new threats to humankind. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently discovered a rare virus in Bolivia. The virus in question is capable of human-to-human transmission, and belong to a family of viruses that can cause haemorrhagic fevers, such as Ebola. According to the scientists, two patients, in 2019, transmitted the virus to three healthcare workers in Bolivia’s de facto capital, La Paz.Two of the medical professionals and one patient later died. Prior to that, a single confirmed case of the disease and a small cluster were documented in the Chapare region over a decade ago.
According to the CDC, symptoms include-
How is the Chapare hemorrhagic fever treated?
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