ISLAMABAD: US public health officials issued a travel warning to Pakistan over tuberculosis-induced typhoid outbreak and Prevention (CDC) in Pakistan has seen a prolonged outbreak of extensively resistant XDR) typhoid, which does not respond to most antibiotics.
"In 2018, cases were reported in the United Kingdom and in the United States among travelers returning from Pakistan: All travelers in Pakistan are at risk of XDR typhus, while visits from friends or relatives are higher Risk is subject as tourists and business travelers. "So the CDC in an Advisory Travelers to South Asia, including Pakistan, to take precautions to protect against typhoid fever, including a typhoid vaccine, and additionally pay particular attention to ensuring safe food and Water Policies Be Followed
Pakistani health authorities were reported to have reported a persistent outbreak of XDR typhoid, which started in November 201
" In 2018, three cases of XDR typhoid was reported to travelers – one who returned to the United Kingdom and two returned to the United States, according to the CDC, typhoid fever was a severe disease caused by the bacterium Salmonella typhi through contaminated food and water.