The UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has issued a warning against travel to Equatorial Guinea and Tanzania due to the Marburg virus outbreak.
On Twitter, the ministry asked for the postponement of travel to these two African countries due to security concerns.
The ministry advised citizens living or visiting the two countries to take precautions and follow safety instructions. The warning came after Equatorial Guinea and Tanzania reported the spread of the Marburg virus. This virus causes an Ebola-like epidemic. The World Health Organization has also issued a warning about the virus.
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The Kuwait Ministry of Health has also advised against travel to Equatorial Guinea and Tanzania. The proposal is in the context of the spread of a virus disease. The Ministry of Health also said that travel should not be done until the spread of the disease is under control.
Highlights of the Story: UAE citizens are advised to postpone travel to Equatorial Guinea and Tarzania