Do the zika virus kill kids if they get it?
Even young children who contract the Zika virus usually do not get extremely sick if they were otherwise healthy when they got it. The biggest risk is to developing fetuses where it can cause severe birth defects.
Anyone CAN get the Zika virus if bitten by a mosquito carrying the virus. ... Also - pregnant women who contract the virus will probably pass it to the developing fetus (causing nasty birth defects) so technically that would also be a case of a "kid" getting Zika.
Zika virus is named after the Zika Forest in Uganda where some of the first cases were diagnosed.
Zika virus was discovered in Uganda, Africa in 1947. Zika virus is a mosquito borne disease & is carried by the same mosquito that carries dengue, yellow fever and chikungunya. The person infected with Zika virus may suffer from fever, joint pain, rashes, and headache. You can prevent yourself from getting infected with Zika virus by following some easy steps.
Zika virus has symptoms of a severe flu, along with deeply bloodshot eyes.
The Zika Virus Started because of the infection of mosquitoes these mosquitoes can transmit the virus to tourists in tropical areas.
Zika is a virus originated in Africa. It is very harmful and a research is going on about it.
The virus is not know to cause death directly, but sometimes it does cause secondary problems that can lead to death. Zika virus infections have been linked to Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) with a few cases of Zika related GBS resulting in death. Birth defects caused by Zika can be life threatening though.
Although it may not be certain where it started, it was first isolated and identified from infections in the Zika forest of Uganda (hence the name given to the virus).
The zika virus was actually discovered decades ago, it is just moving into the United States, so it is drawing heavier media attention.
The Zika virus can be transmitted through unprotected sex - primarily from a man to his partner.
Zika virus causes flu like symptoms, a rash, blood shot eyes, and can cause microcephaly in unborn babies. It is spread by mosquitos, but after a person is infected, they can also spread it through sexual contact. In some extreme cases, zika can be fatal.
According to the CDC, Zika virus stays in the blood for 2 to 7 days after the symptoms pass. However, it stays in urine and semen for up to a few months after the infection. If a person is trying to conceive after having Zika virus, both partners should consult with a physician to make sure it is safe. They can be tested to verify there are no signs of an active virus remaining.
The chances of catching zika are currently very low, especially if you are using repellents or staying out of infested areas.
There is hope for a vaccine, though and the first trials have started (2016).
Most Zika virus infections cause no symptoms, but when present they may include fever, red eyes, joint pain, headache, and a rash over a flat, red area on the skin covered with small bumps.
The virus was first isolated in April 1947 from a rhesus macaque monkey that had been placed in a cage in the Zika Forest of Uganda, near Lake Victoria, by the scientists of the Yellow Fever Research Institute. Eventually - around 1952 - researchers realized that some people were getting sick from the same virus.
The first way the Zika virus can be spread is by actually encountering the mosquito. The mosquito then can inject the virus into your body. The mosquito picks it up while feeding on an infected person or animal. The second way is through bodily function sharing. There are currently several incidents of people having sexual intercourse with an infected person and contracting the virus. The third way is a pregnant woman transmitting it to her… Read More
Zika is actively present in the United States, American Samoa, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, South and Central America, Pacific Islands, and Cape Horn in Africa. There are attempts to contain the spread of the virus, but due to the fact it is transmitted by mosquitoes, containment is difficult.
The Zika virus usually produces symptoms so mild that many people don't even realize they are infected. It seldom puts anyone in the hospital, much less kills them; a few people die from Zika, but deaths are very rare. The deadly part of the virus comes from the effects on babies born to women infected with the virus during while pregnant with the baby. The virus causes microcephaly in the baby, which can cause life… Read More
It is a virus, and most viruses just have to run their course. They are not like bacterias that can be treated with antibiotics.
The earliest journal reference I've been able to locate so far is an article in 1952: Dick GW, Kitchen SF, Haddow AJ. Zika virus. I. Isolations and serological specificity. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg. 1952;46:509-520 Which states: " Zika virus was first isolated from a sentinel rhesus monkey placed in the Zika Forest near Lake Victoria, Uganda in April 1947." By then the name was already established, but it doesn't say who first provided… Read More
Yes a virus can kill you, as you know virus there is no antibiotic to kill the virus. There are diseases such as viral meningitis, where its meningitis in a virus form where it can kill one very quickly. It all depends on the virus and the severity of it.
The Zika virus is the most recent example of disease spread as a result of globalization
According to the US CDC the primary vector for the transmission of the zika virus are infected Aedes species mosquitos (Ae. aegypti and Ae. albopictus). Other vectors are infected mothers who transmit it to their unborn children, infected men who may transmit it to their sexual partners, blood transfusions from infected people, and (very rarely) exposure in a laboratory where research is being performed on the virus.
The World Health Organization is a specialized agency of the United Nations (UN) that is concerned with international public health. Lately they have been interested in the Zika virus.
Prevention involves decreasing mosquitoes bites in areas where the disease occurs and proper use of condoms.
Zika has been known to exist since 1947, but was long considered to be a minor disease that causes only mild illness. The mosquito, Aedes aegypti is spreading the Zika. This is not some jungle-dwelling insect that rarely comes into contact with people. It is one of those animals, like cockroaches, pigeons and urban foxes, that thrives in built-up areas. The virus can be transmitted by sexual contact as well by the mosquito. It will… Read More
Its a disease, (Mostly of concern to pregnant women) the chief spreader is the mosquito, but at least one case of sexually transmitted case is reported.
Chemotherapy won't kill the HIV virus.
No, they can not kill the HIV virus.
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Damouré Zika was born in 1923.
Damouré Zika died in 2009.
Robert Zika was born in 1930.
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Zika Zivulovic went by Serafim.
Kill the virus. Whatever the virus may be.
The biggest problem with Zika is that Zika virus infection during pregnancy can cause a serious birth defect called microcephaly. Microcephaly is a condition where a baby's head is much smaller than expected. Babies with microcephaly can have a range of other problems, depending on how severe their microcephaly is. Microcephaly has been linked to: Seizures Developmental delay, such as problems with speech or other developmental milestones (like sitting, standing, and walking) Intellectual disability (decreased… Read More
No he did not kill kill kids because he had kids
Kids kill siblings if they can. The only reason is that they get jealous. Then they kill.
Not all mosquitoes carry a virus. However, where a mosquito has already bitten someone and then goes on to bite another person, some types of virus can be passed from the first person to the second person by the mosquito. One virus that is certainly transmitted this way by mosquito bites is the Zika virus but there are also others and it should also be noted that Mosquitoes can also pass on other illnesses with… Read More
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AIDS does kill people. It infects the immune system. The immune system then will not be strong enough to fight off diseases. yes but it's the other virus that kill you not the aids virus.
Bleach solution and other typical disinfectants are more than enough to kill chickenpox virus on surfaces.
Nothing can kill the Grimace.
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Adolf Zika was born on July 21, 1972, in Prachatice, Czech Republic.