According to news reports, the Northern Region of Ghana has seen its first Ebola case.
This was disclosed by the Northern Regional Health Directorate. The Tamale West Hospital received a report of the incident, and the patient is receiving treatment while being kept in isolation.
Dr. Fuseini Mahama, the disease control officer, informed them of this. Between 25% and 90% of victims die from the virus, which is spread by close contact with infected persons.
Ebola can cause fatal organ failure, severe hemorrhage, and severe bleeding. Fever, headache, muscle soreness, and chills are among the initial symptoms. A person may later develop internal bleeding that causes blood to be vomited or coughed up.