Lassa fever controls need to consider human-human transmission and role of super spreaders

One in five cases of Lassa fever — a disease that kills around 5,000 people a year in West Africa — could be due to human-to-human transmission, with a large proportion of these cases caused by ‘super-spreaders,’ according to research published today in the journal PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases. —> Read More Here


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