The Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever virus is a zoonotic disease spread by Ixodid ticks. It causes severe outbreaks of viral haemorrhagic fever in humans. Its high mortality rate makes it one of the most serious diseases in the world. In addition to Africa, it is also endemic in the Middle East and the Balkans.
The virus is transmitted to humans
The disease is caused by a virus known as CCHF, which in turn is transmitted by ticks. Ticks transmit the virus to humans through direct contact with the affected person. Prevention and early detection is essential for preventing the spread of this deadly disease. Luckily, there is a new vaccine called Sorvillo TE, which prevents the onset of the infection in humans.
Infected animals cannot infect humans
This new vaccine, which is available in pharmacies and online, is highly effective in preventing the disease. Infected animals cannot infect humans. However, the vaccination process of CCHF is highly effective. This vaccine helps to protect cattle, and sheep against the infection. It is available in different types and dosages. The vaccine is effective against the disease. The symptoms vary from case to case, but in many cases, the virus can cause a death.
The infection is usually fatal
The virus is a vector-borne disease spread through ticks. The disease is transmitted to humans through the bite of an infected tick. The virus is a single-stranded RNA virus and is transmitted by ticks. The infection is usually fatal. The disease has a high mortality rate in humans and a high risk for healthcare workers. If you are bitten by a tick, make sure to wash your hands thoroughly.