By: Cayden Duhaime
Where is it at and what are symtoms and how is it caused
How is it treated/cured?
Who can get it
stage-2 fever will commonly go away at this stage or will get alot worse within 24 hours.
stage-3 problems with many organs will occur including the heart, liver, and kidney. disorder seizures, coma, and Delirium may also occur.
use mosquito repellents
The yellow fever is also similar to a normal Fever. They have in common vomiting, head ache, and a high temp.
Coming back from Africa.
Asia does not a have a single case of Yellow Fever so they are very strict about it.
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