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      <ArticleType>Pharmacy Practice</ArticleType>
      <ArticleTitle>An outbreak of Marburg Virus Disease: WHO</ArticleTitle>
      <Abstract>In this review, we discussed in brief about the recent emergency update released by WHO (22 July 2022) on Marburg virus disease (MVD). This virus was first identified in some African countries in 1976 as haemorrhagic fever. This was noticed that year during a series of Marburg virus infections in German cities as well as in the Yugoslav capital of Belgrade. The epidemic was linked to research involving African apes transported from Uganda. To complete this review, we used previously published studies related to this disease and a regular visit to the WHO’s official website to know the current status of MVD. Information was collected from Google scholar, PubMed, Research gate, and NLM (national library of medicine) from September 2022 to December 2022. The main objective of this study is to provide current information on Marburg virus disease to researchers, practicians, healthcare professionals, and academicians because of awareness. If people know about that disease, only then can they handle and prevent it themselves. For this, we include the pathogenesis of the disease, epidemiology status, symptoms of the disease, how to diagnose according to WHO guidelines, possible treatments according to WHO, and a brief comparison of covid-19 and Marburg virus. This is a needful study for future perspective because if no one takes it seriously, then maybe in the future, it will become a severe pandemic like covid-19.</Abstract>
      <Keywords>Marburg virus, MVD, covid-19, WHO, Pathogenesis, Epidemiology</Keywords>
        <Abstract>https://isfcppharmaspire.com/ubijournal-v1copy/journals/abstract.php?article_id=14693&amp;title=An outbreak of Marburg Virus Disease: WHO</Abstract>