HEALTH
Lassa Fever Knowledge Centre
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5% response rate
137,226 responded out of 2,956,669 polled
Feb 1. 2019
Welcome to the information center about Lassa Fever, what would you like to know?
Feb 1. 2019
There is an outbreak of Lassa fever in some states in Nigeria. It is a dangerous human disease caused by a virus carried by rats.
Feb 1. 2019
Lassa fever usually starts with fever, general weakness, cough, vomiting, diarrhea, sore throat, rashes.
Feb 1. 2019
Lassa fever can be treated if detected early. Visit the nearest health centre near you for treatment. If you think you have been infected with Lassa fever avoid contact with other people, seek health advice.

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FEB 1. 2019
Welcome to the information center about Lassa Fever, what would you like to know?
137,226 responded out of 2,956,669 polled
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41%
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32%
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16%
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11%
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43%
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30%
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17%
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11%
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20%
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31%
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18%
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12%
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42%
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32%
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16%
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10%
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44%
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15%
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16%
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11%
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FEB 1. 2019
There is an outbreak of Lassa fever in some states in Nigeria. It is a dangerous human disease caused by a virus carried by rats.
82,743 responded out of 2,913,701 polled
Female
11%
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41%
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48%
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FEB 1. 2019
Lassa fever usually starts with fever, general weakness, cough, vomiting, diarrhea, sore throat, rashes.
63,541 responded out of 2,652,675 polled
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36%
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9%
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55%
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33%
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34%
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35%
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34%
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57%
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FEB 1. 2019
Lassa fever can be treated if detected early. Visit the nearest health centre near you for treatment. If you think you have been infected with Lassa fever avoid contact with other people, seek health advice.
34,639 responded out of 2,406,430 polled
Female
5%
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2%
Symptoms
 
Symptoms
93%
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5%
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2%
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6%
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2%
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92%
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5%
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2%
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93%
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25-30
5%
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2%
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93%
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6%
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2%
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92%
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6%
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2%
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92%
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