It took only 3 months for the dangerous Influenza A H1N1 virus to spread around the World. That is why the World Health Organization declared it as a pandemic in June 2009, just 3 months after the identification of the virus. In 2013, India has reported 5253 cases of Influenza A H1N1 out of which 699 people died, a case fatality rate of 13.3%. Newer cases of Swine Flu are being diagnosed every day in our country and we need to know something about this virus in order to fight the deadly illness spread by it. In this article, I will be introducing you to the dangerous H1N1 virus, so keep your Masks ready!
Ebola virus was first detected in the world in 1976 and since then the number of cases and the fatality rate associated with the disease has been on the rise. The most recent of the outbreak occurred in Guinea in 2013 and has spread to many countries including the Middle East. By the end of September 2014, there were around 7192 EVD cases and 3286 deaths. The case fatality rate of the disease has been reported to be near a whopping 90%. This means that in a group of 100 persons suffering from the disease, 90 persons will eventually die.