More than 300 cases of acute disseminated disseminated debiasis reported in South Africa
News24.com | A South African woman has been diagnosed with acute disseminating candidiasis following exposure to a live virus.
A patient was diagnosed with disseminated infectious diseases on Tuesday, and is currently undergoing treatment.
The case was reported at a local clinic on Sunday night, according to a statement by the Health Ministry.
According to the South African Health Service, it is the first reported case of acute dissemination of disseminated disease among persons in the country.
A person with disseminating disease is defined as having symptoms such as fever, cough, sore throat and diarrhea, and also experiencing pain or swelling in their lower extremities.
The patient’s condition is stable and she is currently being treated at a South African Medical Centre.
The Ministry of Health and Family Services says that the patient’s case is being investigated.
The ministry says that there is no current threat to public health and the patient has been monitored for a week and a half.
The statement does not give any details on how the patient acquired the virus.