Marburg Hemorrhagic Fever

Where did the disease originate and how?

Marburg virus was first recognized in 1967 in Marburg and Frankfurt, Germany and in Belgrade, Yugoslavia (now Serbia). The first people infected had been exposed to imported African green monkeys in their tissues while conducting research.

How did it spread?

Its spread by unprotected contact with infected bat feces or aerosols are the most likely route to get the infection. This can occur through person-to-person contact. Also it may take several days for the fever to occur.  

What does this say about the country?

This tells me that this country is probably a hard country to survive in because the Marburg virus is so easy to get since you can get it by a simple touch from a person that's already infected with it.

How a major outbreak of this disease could affect a countries government?

This outbreak could affect the countries government because if everybody starts to get the disease then people will start to flee out of the country to get away from the country and then the government will soon start to decrease in popularity and begin to turn into a nothing place.

How a major outbreak of this disease could affect a countries economy?

The Marburg fever could affect the countries economy because it could make all the people get infected with the disease and then the economy will soon start to decrease and begin to have a huge decrease in population.

How a major outbreak of this disease could affect a countries culture?

The Marburg fever could affect the countries culture because if the outbreak of it starts to harm the environment it could cause some of the peoples culture start to go instinct and become a main cause in certain peoples cultures.