Al Salihi K.A, Mahmoud Z.Z, Younise M.H, Tanveer Hussain.

Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF) is a serious viral disease caused by the CCHF Virus. It is primarily transmitted through tick bites or contact with secretions of infected animals or humans. CCHF has a wide geographic distribution, with cases reported in various parts of Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle

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