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Hospitals in Colchester have recorded two cases which they have found traces of an attack of superbug. But since the number is too low for now it to be declared as an outbreak but it does call for an effort wherein carefully calibrated moves need to be made.
The government officials are, however, still calling it as just once-in-a-while happening.
While talking to the press, Mark Prentice, spokesman for Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust gave stress on the fact that everything is under control. And, that there is no need to be alarmed.
Attack of the superbug is also known as Methicillin Sensitive Staphylococcus Aureus or MSSA. And the symptoms of the same are quite similar to that of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus, the infection that had attacked sometime back.
Both the infections attack a person through open wound and then do serious damage to human body. In some cases, it even turns out to be fatal. The only and the major difference is that MISSA can be cured with help of antibiotics.
In the meantime, two cases have been found out in the hospitals in the last two months time.