According to the Ghana Health Service (GHS), two persons have passed away in Ghana as a result of catching the deadly Marburg virus.
The Ashanti area is where both instances were found.
According to the GHS statement, 98 individuals are currently in quarantine as suspected contact cases. Marburg does not have a recognized cure.
The virus enters humans by fruit bats and spreads between individuals through the exchange of body fluids.
It is a serious sickness that frequently results in death, and symptoms include bleeding, bloody vomiting, fever, headache, and muscular discomfort.