“Apollo” strikes Ghana

Apr 1, 2011 | healthmap | Outbreak News

Over 400 cases of acute hemmorrhagic conjunctivitis have been reported in clinics throughout Ghana.  This viral infection is highly contagious and typically resolves after two weeks.  The disease is known as Apollo in West Africa because the first epidemic occurred during the Apollo 11 lunar landing.

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