Outbreak of Disease in Turkish Workers in Railroad Construction in Ethiopia

Disease in Turkish Workers in Ethiopia Construction of Railroads in Ethiopia: It is claimed that Turkish workers working in railway construction in Ethiopia are fighting the epidemic of typhoid and typhus.
Turkish workers working in the construction of railways in Ethiopia were claimed to be fighting the typhoid and typhoid epidemic.
Construction Workers Union (Construction-Business) Chairman Mustafa Adnan Akyol, the region's housing and nutrition conditions are quite inadequate, he said. Akyol said, sadece In Ethiopia, the health problem experienced by Turkish workers is not only specific here. It is also experienced in other African countries. In Ethiopia, however, it has attracted attention because of a collective epidemic. Out of the informal dozens of people give the struggle of this disease, ini he said.
Dr. Bezmialem Vakıf University Medical Faculty Hospital, Department of Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology, who gave information about typhoid fever and typhus. Bülent Durdu warned that it would have fatal consequences if left untreated.
Infectious Diseases Specialist Stopped, geler The conditions of the typhoid infrastructure are not found in unsuitable areas and lagging behind. Typhus is an infectious disease that causes fatal consequences with the human body bit. Although it is very rare in the present day, new cases of 10 bin and 20 thousand are reported in a region of Africa, especially in Africa. and there are fatal consequences leading to organ failure. ve
In the statement made by the Yapi Merkezi company, which continues the construction of the railway in Ethiopia, it was stated that some Turkish workers had typhoid fever and typhus, but their treatment was being done.
In a written statement made by Yapı Merkezi, ore As a result of routine health screening conducted by our institution, it was determined that 230 personnel were found to be positive in the Karekore camp consisting of 11 people. However, although 11 patients have symptoms, they still have disease. As a result of this development, all 11 personnel were administered medication. All of our staff continue to have any vital condition and continue their daily lives without any problems. Ted


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