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Lassa Fever: 40 people quarantined in Osun

No fewer than 40 people who came in contact with a young man who reportedly died of Lassa Fever have been placed under intensive medical examinations.

Doctors take Lassa fever sensitisation to markets in Osun

As the Lassa fever scourge ravages some parts of South-west states, members of the Nigeria Medical Association, NMA, Osun State chapter, on Monday took campaigns to markets in Osogbo, the state capital, to enlighten women on its symptoms and how to track the disease.

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