A 46-year-old Brazilian man who visited Guinea is being tested for Ebola. Authorities have also isolated a public health unit where he first sought medical attention, Brazil's Health Minister Marcelo Castro said on Wednesday, Reuters reports. The man whose identity is yet to be revealed, arrived in Brazil on November 6, from Guinea and developed high fever with muscle pains and headaches two days later.
Guinea is one of three West African countries, along with Liberia and Sierra Leone, that have ...
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