Emerging Infectious Diseases

Emerging infectious diseases‎ are serious public health threats, all around. An emerging infectious disease is either that has appeared and affected a population for the first time, or has existed formerly but is fastly spreading. Various emerging infectious diseases are that the disease has emerged from an animal and crossed the species barrier to infect humans. Nipah virus, Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever and avian influenza virus are samples of diseases that have recently emerged and have affected the world. Emerging infectious diseases pose a significant warning to global health security. Past experience displays that outbreak of emerging diseases could not only potentially cause large numbers of human deaths as they spread, but also have huge social and economic impact in today’s interconnected world. Unfortunately, many of these diseases do not have any cure, and healthcare providers are also usually victim of such diseases.

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