Nipah Virus: 12 year old child dies from Nipah virus in Kerala, know How to avoid this deadly Virus

Nipah Virus: A 12-year-old child has died of Nipah virus in Kerala this morning. This virus is extremely dangerous, know its symptoms and ways to avoid it ...

Nipah Virus: 12 year old child dies from Nipah virus in Kerala, know How to avoid this deadly Virus

Nipah Virus: On the one hand, the death of a 12-year-old child from Nipah infection, another deadly virus now in Kerala, which is suffering from the most corona in the country, has created a new crisis. 

This case of Nipah virus infection has been found in Kozhikode district of Kerala. A 12-year-old boy in Kozhikode was admitted to the hospital after showing symptoms of Nipah virus infection, who died today while undergoing treatment. This information is provided by the Department of Health.

The child died of Nipah virus this morning, earlier he had shown symptoms of encephalitis and after examination in the hospital, the possibility of Nipah virus was expressed. 

The state government has held a high-level meeting of health officials late Saturday night after receiving information of suspected Nipah infection.

Kerala's health minister has said that teams have been formed to handle the situation. Contact tracing and other measures have already been initiated. There is no need to panic at the moment, but caution is needed.

Deadly Virus was found in Kozhikode for the first time in the country:

The first case of Nipah virus in South India was reported on May 19, 2018 in Kozhikode district of Kerala. As of June 1, 2018, there were 17 confirmed deaths and a total of 18 confirmed cases of the virus in the state. 

Nipah, which struck Kerala for the first time in 2018, was also called the Deadly Virus. In fact, 75 per cent of people infected with the virus die because there is no drug or vaccine available to treat it.


Nipah virus was first found in Malaysia:


According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the virus was first detected in the village of Kampang Sungai Nipah in Malaysia and was named after the village. 

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This was followed by the case of Nipah in Singapore. Explain that some people in India in 2001 and in Bangladesh in 2004 were found to be infected with the virus.


This is how this Deadly Virus spreads:


This deadly virus causes the most brain damage. According to the World Health Organization, it was spread from pigs to humans at that time. 

According to experts, Nipah virus is mainly transmitted by bats. Such Bats are called fruit bats that eat the fruit and release their saliva on the fruit. Animals or humans that eat such fruits become infected with the Nipah virus.

Know the Symptoms and Preventative Measures:

Common symptoms of this infection spread from bats to humans are nervous inflation, seizures, severe headaches, vomiting, fainting and nausea. Special care should be taken for cleanliness to prevent Nipah virus. 

Be sure to wash your hands thoroughly before and after eating. Avoid eating contaminated fruits. Especially avoid eating contaminated dates. Stay away from infected people.

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