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Emirates of Dubai has issued a travel advisory to customers planning to visit Oman as a result of the confirmed spread of the deadly Marburg virus. The Omani authorities issued the warning to all airlines.“Those who have travelled from the impacted countries must isolate themselves and seek immediate assistance if they feel unwell within 21 days of travel,” according to the advisory, which was issued on Thursday.The warning, which advised travelers to postpone trips to countries affected by the Marburg virus and to take precautions if the travel is urgent, was issued on instruction from Oman authorities.
Oman’s tourism warning on Marburg infection flare-up:
According to the issue statement, “Customers arriving in Oman who have travelled from the impacted countries must isolate themselves and seek immediate assistance if they feel unwell within 21 days of travel due to the confirmed outbreak of the Marburg virus in the Republic of Tanzania and Guinea.” Additionally, the authorities in Oman advise travelers to postpone travel to Marburg-affected nations and to take precautions if the trip is urgent. The website of the Omani Ministry of Health provides additional information.That efforts are being made to contain the outbreak within its current geographic scope was noted by the Oman Ministry.Safety measures to stay away from the exceptionally irresistible sickness, according to the Oman Service.
Avoid visiting areas that have been affected by “Marburg Virus Disease” (MVD) and coming into direct contact with patients who exhibit symptoms such as fever, muscle ache, and skin rash.In general, don’t touch other people’s blood or other bodily fluids.Avoid visiting fruit bat-inhabited mines and caves or coming into contact with them.Keep your distance from chimpanzees and gorillas.Unprovoked bleeding from any location or bruising, fever, chills, muscle pain, skin rash, sore throat, diarrhea, weakness, vomiting, or stomach pain during or after travel (up to 21 days) should be isolated from others and taken to the nearest healthcare facility (hospital emergency rooms).
They ought to unveil to clinical staff whether they have gone to the tainted regions or reached individuals with Marburg Infection Sickness (MVD).The Marburg Virus Disease (MVD) is highly contagious and has a death rate of between 60% and 80%.