According to the health Department orange County (FL), recent analyses revealed several local chickens Eastern equine encephalomyelitis EEEV, or — a deadly virus transmitted by mosquitoes and can lead to serious brain infections.
The Department noted that the risk of transmission of virus to humans has increased and is recommended to take increased precautions against mosquitoes.
EEEV is a rare disease that spreads mainly in a swampy area with low population density. So far this year reported only 3 cases, while in the past it was known about 6 infected.
DOH-Orange issues an advisory due to an increase in mosquito-borne disease activity in areas of Orange County. Sentinel chickens in the same flock have tested positive for the Eastern equine encephalitis virus. The risk of transmission to humans has increased. Drain & Cover pic.twitter.com/ZXBc0C2Wta
— GOHealthyOrange (@DohOrange) July 24, 2019
About a third of all patients die. Many of the survivors have the rest of your life to deal with gradually progressive mental and physical disorders including intellectual disorders and personality disorders, seizures, paralysis, disorders of the nervous system. In some cases the consequences can even lead to disability.
The second attack of the Buffalo in the national Park: the animal slashed a teenager’s horn and tossed in the air
In the American national Park has been another attack bison on the tourist. The incident occurred with 17-year-old guy from Colorado on Saturday were on the trail in the National Park Theodore Roosevelt …on 30 July 2019, 14:36
Symptoms include fever, headache, irritability, restlessness, drowsiness, anorexia, vomiting, diarrhoea, convulsions, cyanosis and, eventually, coma.
Authorities recommend local residents to wear long sleeves and use repellent to reduce the chance of contact with mosquitoes. Additional security measures — drainage of standing water, where they can hobnob. According to the Department, “just a teaspoon of water, stagnant a week, enough mosquitoes began to multiply“.
Florida recorded a deadly virus carried by mosquitoes. Local residents are asked to exercise caution updated: Jul 30, 2019 author: Anastasia Belskaya