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The Lassa virus is transmitted to humans via contact with food or household items contaminated with rodent urine or faeces. Person-to-person infections and laboratory transmission can also occur, particularly in hospitals lacking adequate infection prevention and control measures. (...) The animal reservoir, or host, of Lassa virus is a rodent of the genus Mastomys , commonly known as the “multimammate rat.” (...) Prevention and control Prevention of Lassa fever relies on promoting good “community hygiene” to discourage rodents from entering homes. Effective measures include storing grain and other foodstuffs in rodent-proof containers, disposing of garbage far from the home, maintaining clean households and keeping cats.
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Score: 1164596.4 - https://www.who.int/en/news-ro...fact-sheets/detail/lassa-fever
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It is transmitted to humans from contacts with food or household items contaminated with rodent excreta. The disease is endemic in the rodent population in parts of West Africa.
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Score: 1119937 - https://www.who.int/csr/don/28-may-2015-lassa-fever-usa/en/
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Water-borne (fecal-oral route) diseases: cholera, shigellosis, typhoid fever, hepatitis E, enterohemorrhagic E (E. coli). Rodent-borne diseases: plague, leptospirosis, hantavirus, Lassa fever, rickettsia (murine typhus). (...) Pest control (prevention of diseases transmitted by rodents). Surveillance – early warning alert and response networks / systems.
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Score: 1119937 - https://www.unv.org/node/15540/pdf
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Plague Essentially a disease of wild rodents, plague is a bacterial disease (Y. pestis) spread from one rodent to another by flea parasites and to humans by the bite of infected fleas. (...) They trained staff from the Ministry of Health in surveillance of the rodents and in vector control.   Democratic Republic of the Congo: facing a hyper-endemic situation In the north-eastern province of Ituri, more than 1000 suspected cases have been reported each year since 2001.
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Score: 1119038.1 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...ue-enhancing-country-readiness
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The agents causing the damage like rodents and insects are not the actual cause of losses – but these could be considered as symptoms of causes of losses. (...) In reality, the occurrence of molds and rodents is a signs or symptom of something more fundamental that is lacking or not being management properly. (...) If there is an occurrence of rodent damage, the most likely cause of food loss is the lack of rodent barrier, poor hygiene or poor storage.
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Score: 1109555.5 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/...jects/training-timor-leste/en/
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The agents causing the damage like rodents and insects are not the actual cause of losses – but these could be considered as symptoms of causes of losses. (...) In reality, the occurrence of molds and rodents is a signs or symptom of something more fundamental that is lacking or not being management properly. (...) If there is an occurrence of rodent damage, the most likely cause of food loss is the lack of rodent barrier, poor hygiene or poor storage.
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Score: 1109555.5 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/...jects/training-timor-leste/ru/
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The agents causing the damage like rodents and insects are not the actual cause of losses – but these could be considered as symptoms of causes of losses. (...) In reality, the occurrence of molds and rodents is a signs or symptom of something more fundamental that is lacking or not being management properly. (...) If there is an occurrence of rodent damage, the most likely cause of food loss is the lack of rodent barrier, poor hygiene or poor storage.
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Score: 1109555.5 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/...jects/training-timor-leste/ar/
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The agents causing the damage like rodents and insects are not the actual cause of losses – but these could be considered as symptoms of causes of losses. (...) In reality, the occurrence of molds and rodents is a signs or symptom of something more fundamental that is lacking or not being management properly. (...) If there is an occurrence of rodent damage, the most likely cause of food loss is the lack of rodent barrier, poor hygiene or poor storage.
Language:English
Score: 1109555.5 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/...jects/training-timor-leste/zh/
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The agents causing the damage like rodents and insects are not the actual cause of losses – but these could be considered as symptoms of causes of losses. (...) In reality, the occurrence of molds and rodents is a signs or symptom of something more fundamental that is lacking or not being management properly. (...) If there is an occurrence of rodent damage, the most likely cause of food loss is the lack of rodent barrier, poor hygiene or poor storage.
Language:English
Score: 1109555.5 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/...jects/training-timor-leste/fr/
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The agents causing the damage like rodents and insects are not the actual cause of losses – but these could be considered as symptoms of causes of losses. (...) In reality, the occurrence of molds and rodents is a signs or symptom of something more fundamental that is lacking or not being management properly. (...) If there is an occurrence of rodent damage, the most likely cause of food loss is the lack of rodent barrier, poor hygiene or poor storage.
Language:English
Score: 1109555.5 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/...jects/training-timor-leste/es/
Data Source: un