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195,431,315
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Updated on 27/07/2021 9:48 am

Global Statistics

All countries
195,431,315
Confirmed
Updated on 27/07/2021 9:48 am
All countries
175,535,067
Recovered
Updated on 27/07/2021 9:48 am
All countries
4,184,307
Deaths
Updated on 27/07/2021 9:48 am

West Nile virus-carrying mosquitoes have been reported in 6 states

TSR Health: “We are out!” could become “us in” quickly after mosquitoes carrying a virus that causes paralysis and death have been detected in at least six US states.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, these mosquitoes have tested positive for West Nile virus, which is the leading cause of mosquito-borne illness in the U.S. The disease usually peaks around this time of the year. anus. well-informed person reports.

New York was the last state to report infected mosquitoes in recent weeks. Rockland County reported two groups of mosquitoes carrying the virus in Orangetown and Clarkstown in a news release.

The other states where mosquitoes have been detected are Massachusetts, Arizona, Arkansas, Illinois, and Iowa.

While Massachusetts also has no known human cases, the other states have seen one or two people seriously ill with the virus this summer, according to the CDC.

Despite what people probably think, mosquitoes kill more people than any other creature in the world, according to Insider.

Insects are carriers of various dangerous diseases such as malaria, dengue, Zika, and more.

Most people infected with West Nile virus do not even know they are sick, and the virus is rarely spread from person to person. Insider says that about one in five people infected with West Nile will develop a fever and flu-like symptoms such as headache, body aches, vomiting, diarrhea or a rash.

An even smaller percentage go on to develop a serious illness that can lead to paralysis or death.

Two people in Arizona and three people in Arkansas, Illinois and Iowa have experienced such serious cases. In Arkansas, the infected person passed away.

Last year, 39 US states reported West Nile virus cases. Of the reported cases, 505 were severe or neuroinvasive and 52 people died.

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