Case Studies of Various Zoonotic Diseases

Mostly people are infected by direct contact with the infected animals, by eating them or being bitten by them or the insect that has been in contact with the infected animal recently. In some cases people are infected by coming in contact with contaminated soil or water. Food is one of the chief sources of zoonotic diseases. Eating infected food with parasites such as bacteria, salmonella and tapeworms has resulted in millions of infections each year.


Flu infected person can be contagious from the previous day of onset of symptoms and until 7 days after. After 3-4 days of illness the patient is most contagious. Symptoms are seen after three to four days after the onset.


  • Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
  • Kala-Azar
  • West Nile Fever
  • Valley Fever
  • Chikungunya
  • Rat White Fever
  • Anthrax
  • Zika Virus
  • Nipah Virus
  • Middle East Respiratory Syndrome

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