PHI registers three cases of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever


The Public Health Institute (PHI) registered three laboratory-confirmed cases of Congo-Crimean hemorrhagic fever from April 26 to June 4.
All three patients were hospitalized at the Infectious Diseases Clinic.
The first case is a 57-year-old livestock farmer from Kriva Palanka, who reported a tick bite on his lower limbs, seven days before the onset of symptoms.
The second case is a 29-year-old man from Skopje from Arachinovo, who denied being bitten by an insect, and the third case is a 68-year-old pensioner from Delchevo, who confirmed a tick bite, which he removed by himself at home.

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