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Please note that 80% of individuals infected (health workers inclusive) with the virus are asymptomatic (show no symptom of the disease) while severe cases of the condition adversely affects several organs of the body including the  liver, spleen and kidney .

Read: Lassa fever: 7 Tips On How to Avoid Being Killed By a Rat

Download The Standard Operating Procedures for Lassa Fever Case Management  by Clicking on the link below

The Standard Operating Procedures for Lassa Fever Case Management

Document Credit : Nigerian Center for Disease Control

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