IndiaSika virus first confirmed in Kerala; Vigilance was ordered

Sika virus first confirmed in Kerala; Vigilance was ordered


  • Sika virus confirmed in Kerala
  • The virus was confirmed in a young woman from Parashala.
  • Authorities say the woman’s health is satisfactory.

Thiruvananthapuram: The Sika virus has been confirmed for the first time in the state despite the concerns of Covid. The virus was confirmed in a sample test conducted at the Pune Virology Institute by a woman from Parashala. Health Minister Veena George said the Sika virus had been confirmed.

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തിരുവനന്തപുരത്തെ സ്വകാര്യ ആശുപത്രിയിൽ ചികിത്സയിലുള്ള പാറശാല സ്വദേശിയായ 24 വയസുകാരിയിലാണ് രോഗം സ്ഥിരീകരിച്ചത്. The woman gave birth on July 7. The delivery was normal. On June 28, the woman was admitted to the hospital with fever, headache and red spots. ആശുപത്രിയിൽ നടത്തിയ പരിശോധനകളിൽ സംശയം തോന്നിയതോടെ സാമ്പിളുകൾ പൂനെ വൈറോളജി ഇൻസ്റ്റിറ്റ്യൂട്ടിലേക്ക് അയച്ച് നൽകി. The confirmation came from an inspection conducted here.

Of the 19 samples sent from some parts of Thiruvananthapuram district, 13 were suspected to be Sika positive. Tests at the Institute of Virology in Pune did not confirm this.

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The health condition of the girl who is undergoing treatment is satisfactory, officials said. The woman, who lives on the Tamil Nadu border, has not traveled outside Kerala. A week ago, the girl’s mother was diagnosed with similar symptoms.

There is no specific treatment for the Sica virus, which is transmitted by E. coli mosquitoes. Treat only on the basis of symptoms. Syphilis has similar symptoms to dengue and chicken pox.

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