CIA team reports case of the mysterious disease “Havana Syndrome” in India

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A U.S. foreign intelligence service (CIA) reported symptoms Sindrom Havana, a mysterious disease that afflicts diplomats, spies and government employees at home and abroad. According to CNBC records, two unnamed sources released the report.

The CIA agent with Havana Syndrome is said to have recently traveled to India with CIA Director William Burns this month. The employee has symptoms of Havana Syndrome, the mysterious incident that was first reported CNN in 2017, when US diplomats and other workers complained of unusual symptoms after returning from Cuba.

US government officials have reported similar cases in China and the Washington DC area. At the end of last month, two US diplomats were evacuated from Vietnam after being diagnosed with Havana Syndrome in the capital Hanoi.

“The health and well-being of American officials is paramount to the government, and we take any report by our members of an inappropriate health incident very seriously,” said a senior US government official.

Symptoms of Havana Syndrome:

  • dizziness
  • Dizzy
  • fatigue
  • Bad
  • Big headache

There are some people who describe the symptoms as being hit by an invisible blast. In fact, some of them cannot go back to work because the symptoms resemble a concussion or minor head injury for a long time.

“It is a top priority for the US government to determine the cause of this incident (Sindrom Havana) as soon as possible and we will make sure everyone gets the treatment they need, “the senior US official continued.

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