The World Health Organization is warning the Americas that outbreaks of dengue and chikungunya could plague the areas. Due to the “climate change” narrative, alarming rates of these mosquito-borne illnesses could occur.
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According to a report by Axios, higher temperatures favor the life cycle of the mosquitoes that carry the viruses, said José Luis San Martín, regional adviser for dengue prevention and control for the Pan American Health Organization, which is part of the WHO.
“In Central America, the Caribbean, Mexico, and the southern U.S. we’ll very likely be seeing intense transmission of the disease as we enter the second half of the year,” San Martín told Axios Latino.
Paraguay, where summer just ended, is facing what experts have called one of the worst chikungunya outbreaks in South America. At least 115 people have died in the country this year.
Chikungunya, zika, and dengue are spread by the Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus mosquitoes.
Symptoms include sudden fever, joint pain, headaches, and a rash. Most cases are mild but tend to be more severe in newborns, older people, and those with underlying conditions such as diabetes.
Nausea and vomit are warning signs that would warrant a hospital visit, San Martín added. -Axios
The best way to protect yourself is to prevent mosquito bites. One thing you can do is get rid of stagnant water and accumulated trash because those things attract the virus-carrying mosquitoes that can lay eggs there. “One of the great challenges of these illnesses is that human conduct plays a major role: everyone needs to act to get rid of breeding grounds,” per San Martín.
Article cross-posted from SHTF Plan.
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