What you need to know about the Limes disease:What are the symptoms of the Lices disease?

Limes disease is a parasitic infection of freshwater crabs.

The Lime disease is transmitted from the crabs to the human population.

The symptoms include a fever, a cough, fatigue, joint pain and weakness.

The infection is usually not severe.

Limes diseases can be fatal in some cases.

Limes diseases are not usually fatal in humans.

Lives with Limesdiseases in the UKThe Limes disease is a common infection.

There have been cases reported in the US, the US Virgin Islands, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

There has been no reported cases in the United Kingdom.

The UK is currently experiencing an outbreak of Limes Diseases.

The first case of the disease was diagnosed in the early hours of Monday morning.

An 18-year-old man in the town of Breda in South Wales had symptoms including fever, cough, sore throat and an increased chance of developing pneumonia.

He later died.

A total of 24 people, aged between 18 and 50, were treated in the hospital.

No deaths have been recorded.

The next case of Lice disease was confirmed in the late hours of Friday afternoon.

A 24-year old man was taken to hospital in Bredan, South Wales and later died of the illness.

A total of 30 people, all aged between 25 and 55, were admitted to the hospital for treatment.

No fatalities have been reported.