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Nipah Virus Outbreak in Kerala
As you can read from the heading, the Nipah Virus was initially detected in Kerala, India. The virus has a high mortality rate at which it is frequently spreading in between individuals.
The health reports suggest that the virus was originated in Bangladesh. However, the news is not yet confirmed, research is going on for the same.
What are the Symptoms of Nipah Virus?
In our previous article on Heath, we have discussed about Pirola Variant Symptoms. After the detection of Omicron & Delta Variants, Pirola almost had the same symptoms and have affected several individuals. However, the Pirola or BA.2.8.6 cases were registered in countries such as Portugal, Switzerland, the US, Israel, the UK, South Africa, Britain, and Denmark.
- Sore Throat
- Respiratory Issues
- Muscle Pain
- Cough & Cold
These are some of the common symptoms which are noticed in a patient. However, the extreme symptoms include disorientation, encephalitis or seizures might occur. All these are the obvious symptoms that we get usually while suffering from a viral infection.
Most people ignore their health issues that later become the critical cause of their death. The health experts recommend that when you feel these symptoms, immediately consult a health expert.
Nipah Virus Outbreak in Kerala Overview
|Nipah Virus Outbreak in Kerala
|What are the Symptoms of Nipah Virus?
|disorientation, encephalitis or seizures
|Infected Bats or Pigs
|Kozhikode city, Kerala
|Virus Fatal To
|Humans & Animals
|Via physical contact with an infected animal or a human
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Nipah Virus Infection
Reports say that the virus is less infectious. But in the Kozhikode city of Kerala, a minor and an adult are suffering from the virus. The reason for the quick spread of the virus is when individuals come into contact with infected pigs or bats.
Nipah Virus: Latest News
According to the latest news of 12 September 2023, total of 2 deaths were recorded at a Private Hospital in the state. The data has recorded Kozhikode city as the geographical location to experience such a shocking event.
National Institute of Virology, situated in Pune, Maharashtra, has established test labs in Kerala with the purpose of testing for the Nipah Virus. Kozhikode Medical College has been selected as the place to conduct the test on the citizens.
A media report of 13 September 2023 gives crucial information that NIV has also conducted a survey of the bats to identify the infectious ones.
Contaminated Zones in Kerala
A total of 7 village panchayats are considered to be the Contaminated Zones in Kerala.
You can understand the severity of the virus that has made the zone turn into a containment one. People are worried
Causes of the Nipah Virus
A sense of awareness and curiosity among the individuals is absolutely considerable because the virus is fatal to them and to animals. This statement has been recently shared by the World Health Organisation. Bodily fluids play a major role in transmitting diseases/infections, thus, the main cause of this virus spread is the physical contact among humans or animals. Specifically, individuals have to maintain a proper distance from those who are suffering from Nipah Virus or are experiencing its symptoms.
Nipah Virus Treatment
As of now, research is going on for the Nipah Virus by the National Institute of Virology. Regular surveys, interviews, R & D, comparison from past viruses, and a lot more is going on by health experts. Thus, no treatment or vaccine has been released by the doctors. We as individuals can take precautions by maintaining a proper distance from infected persons or animals, have good hygiene, stay in a clean place, and refer to a doctor when fall ill.
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