A 50-year-old British man died from a war epidemic following a bite of cat. The fear of a war cat & # 39; spreads around the UK, especially in the United States.
Omar Jurie, 58, visited Kenil Trafal in Morocco to meet her family last month, according to the Daily Mail. He was captured by a wild rabbit cat there. After returning to the UK after basic treatment. But the vaccine for rabies did not fit on time and died on the last four days.
The UK Public Health Service (PHE) calls on the wildlife to be careful when traveling in countries with high rates of rabies, "and intends to monitor the deaths of family members, friends and a medical staff that was handling it. I will also administer a vaccine. "
"Symptoms usually take two to three months to appear," said Jimmy Whitworth, a teacher at the School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in London, to the Daily Mail. However, as this case can be as short as a week or more, it should be treated and promptly vaccinated (if wildlife has been removed). "
Rabbit can lead to death if it is severe, if a viral infection is held which affects the brain and central nervous system. It spreads through the animal's bite, and it is not transmitted to people. In the beginning, symptoms of headache and anxiety appear. Breathing difficulties, emotions can lead to.
According to the CDC, there has never been a strange epidemic in Korea since 2004. But it's still one of the countries that are damaged by diseases. There are around 49,000 cases worldwide worldwide. Rabbit takes place in more than 150 countries, with 95% of them from Africa or Asia. In September, bomb carcass was detected with a war virus in the United States.
Causes of most diseases are caused by dogs, but for cats and other wildlife You can move. If the animal is thrown or scratched, or if the animal is licensing the wound, the wound or open area should be thoroughly washed with soap and water and expert consulted immediately. In order to prevent conflicts, vaccinations must be given once a year.
Redheading international correspondent