Proof of tick-borne virus in Mali

The virus that causes Crimean-Congo Haemorrhagic fever (CCHF) is known to have been circulating in Mali over the last 10 years, but no active cases were identified until the beginning of this month when an outbreak was reported in the SE district of Mopti near the Burkina Faso, an area with limited access due to insecurity. Of the 14 suspected CCHF cases to date, seven have died. Read more.

Affected Regions


Affected Countries