Yellow fever Kills 10 in Ethiopia
Yellow fever has killed 10 people in Ethiopia, with at least 35 thought to have been infected since August.
The tropical disease is caused by a virus spread by mosquitoes and is most often found in Africa and the Americas.
Ethiopia’s recent outbreak is taking place in the Wolaita zone in the south-west of the country and has been traced back to patient who got sick on August 21.
The World Health Organization is sending 1.45million vaccines to the country, in an attempt to stop the virus from spreading.