The World Health Organization (WHO) monitors two cases of human infection with H5N1 influenza, the virus that causes avian influenza, attached is a notice from the Cambodian Ministry of Health. According to the entity, two female patients developed these symptoms: a young person between 20 and 25 years old and a child under 5 years old. Uma de las morreu.
The infection occurred in Kampot Province. The deceased developed symptoms such as cough, no fever, and fever on November 19. He was admitted to the hospital for treatment on the 23rd and died three days later. Another reported case was confirmed through active searches related to the first episode.
Epidemiological surveillance surveys showed that two people Tevelamer in contact with infected poultry There is no more past.
The virus that causes avian influenza can cause mild upper respiratory tract infection or severe illness or death. Symptoms include: conjunctivitis, gastrointestinal symptoms, encephalitis, and encephalopathy. This year, World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus issued an alert about a possible bird flu outbreak, considered the worst since 1990.
The World Health Organization reports that six cases of the disease have been reported in Cambodia this year. From 2003 to November this year, 23 countries reported a total of 882 cases of human infection, resulting in 461 deaths.nauha H5N1 vaccine.
The entity advises people to avoid or come into contact with high-risk environments for food infections, such as markets or farms with live animals such as live poultry. As with other infectious diseases, it is recommended to maintain personal hygiene through frequent washing or the use of alcohol gel.