According to the Iranian Students News Agency (ISNA), Head of the Department of Combating Diseases Transmissible Between Humans and Animals of the Iranian Ministry of Health, Dr. Mohammad Reza Shirzadi gave information on the subject.
Şirzadi said, “28 people have had CCHF in the last 3 months. 3 of these patients died.” said.
Mentioning that fever, headache and gastrointestinal symptoms are among the symptoms of the disease, Şirzadi reminded that tick-borne CCHF can also be transmitted from animals.
The Iranian official said, “The meat of barn animals should be kept at 4 degrees Celsius for 24 hours before consumption. Liver and offal should be kept at the same temperature for at least 48 hours. Then they should be thoroughly cooked and consumed.” said.