វគ្គបណ្តុះបណ្តាលអេពីដេមីសាស្ត្រអនុវត្តឆ្នាំ២០១៥ រយៈពេល៦ខែ សំរាប់មន្ត្រីនៃមន្ទីរសុខាភិបាលស្រុកប្រតិបត្តិ រាជធានី-ខេត្ត ដែលបំពេញការងារទាក់ទងនឹងប្រព័ន្ធតាមដាមជំងឺឆ្លង។
ជំងឺអេបូឡា ឬ ជំងឺគ្រុនឈាមនៅអាហ្វិក បណ្តាលមកពីមេរោគអេបូឡាគឺជាជំងឺធ្ងន់ធ្ងរមួយដែលបណ្តាលអោយអ្នកជំងឺស្លាប់ ជាច្រើន និង អត្រាស្លាប់នៃជំងឺនេះមានរហូតដល់ ៩០ ភាគរយ។ ជំងឺអេបូឡាកើតមាននៅលើមនុស្ស និង សត្វដូចជាសត្វស្វា និង ស្វាឪជាដើម ។ ជំងឺអេបូឡាផ្ទុះរាតត្បាតដំបូងនៅឆ្នាំ១៩៧៦ នៅក្នុងភូមិមួយក្បែរទនេ្លអេបូឡាប្រទេសកុងហ្គូ និង តំបន់ដាច់ស្រយ៉ាលមួយក្នុងប្រទេសស៊ូដង់។
គេមិនទាន់ស្គាល់ប្រភពនៃវីរុសអេបូឡានៅឡើយតែសត្វជ្រឹង Fruit bats ទំនងជាប្រភពនាំអោយកើតជំងឺអេបូឡាបើយោង ទៅតាមភស្តុតាងដែលរកឃើញ។
The Ministry of Health (MOH} of the Kingdom of Cambodia and the Worl.d Health Organization (WHO) wish to inform the public that currently, there is no case related to the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Corona virus (MERS-CoV) infections and the Ebola Virus Disease have been detected in Cambodia, so far.
1. MERS-CoV is a novel coronavirus that causes acute respiratory illness in infected patients. The virus was first reported by the WHO in 2012, and thus far all cases worldwide remained associated with the Arabian Peninsula. The risk of a MERS-CoV outbreak in Cambodia remains low as sustained human-to-human transmission of the virus has not been reported.
The MOH's Department of Communicable Disease Control has, since 2013, been conducting MERS-CoV dissemination workshops in close collaboration with religious leaders, for communities at risk, that cover actions that should be undertaken by pilgrims betore, during and after their Hajj and Umrah pilgrhnages to the Middle East. There is currently no advisory against travel to countries of the Arabian Peninsula, or to countries reporting imported cases of MERS-CoV.
The Ministry of Health would like to inform the population of Cambodia and more specifically, any traveler planning to go to or coming back from the Arabian Peninsula, that a new disease called MERS has been identified in some countries.
The Ministry of Health (MoH) of the Kingdom of Cambodia wishes to advise members of the public that one (l) new human case of avian influenza has been confirmed for the H5N1 virus. This is the 91 case this year and the 56th person to become infected with the H5N1 virus in Cambodia. The case is from Kampot province. Of the 56 confirmed cases, 44 were children under 14, and 30 of the 56 were female. In addition, since the first case happened ill Cambodia in 2005 there were 19 cases survived.