An unknown disease appeared in Canada, and patients are watching the dead

June 05, 2021
An unknown disease appeared in Canada, and patients are watching the dead An unknown disease appeared in Canada, and patients are watching the dead

Vision, Dubai United Arab Emirates:- Canadian doctors have failed to uncover the origins of a new disease that was first spotted in 2015 in New Brunswick and has since infected at least 50 people.

The mysterious disease causes the appearance of a range of symptoms, including: (anxiety, depression, mental decline that develops at a rapid pace, muscle pain, and insomnia), in addition to frightening visual disturbances such as seeing the dead.

After the discovery of the new disease in 2015; Eight cases of infection were detected during three years; But the frequency of its outbreak escalated in subsequent years.

To date, Canadian doctors have revealed a total of at least 48 people infected with the mysterious disease, aged between 18 and 84, and six of them have died.

She noted that the majority of patients are residents of Moncton and the Accadian Peninsula.

Its symptoms reflect the brain and spinal cord losing control of the body, said University of British Columbia neurologist Neil Cashman, who is investigating the origins of the new disease. He described it as appalling.

With doctors unable to agree on the origins of the mysterious disease and how it is transmitted between humans; New Brunswick residents are increasingly concerned.

Canadian health authorities, which in the last 15 months have focused their efforts on fighting the coronavirus pandemic; She had to deal with the new outbreak as well after a memo for New Brunswick's chief medical officer was leaked to the media last March.

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