Typhoid Fever!!

Lets look back on what has happened with Typhoid here on NWG

What is the cause of typhoid??

The Salmonella typhi bacteria,contaminated food or water cause Typhoid, also carriers of Typhoid can cause the diseases.


Image of Salmonella Typhi bacteria.

What areas of the world has Typhoid been in?

Typhoid has been in, America, DRC (Democratic Republic of Congo) and Haiti.



Image of DRC

Cure to Typhoid

Antibiotics can help a lot to help get rid of the bacteria, vaccines can help stop the bacteria before it gets into your system.

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