(Worthy News) - At least 13 people have died in India after an outbreak of a rare disease that health officials warn could cause a global epidemic.
Emergency measures have been imposed across the southwestern state of Kerala following the emergence of the nipah virus, which causes flu-like symptoms leading to an agonising brain-swelling condition known as encephalitis.
Those afflicted by the disease, which has a mortality rate of 70% and has no vaccine, can also be sent in to a coma. [ Source: Sky News (Read More...) ]
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