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JIKA Virus With International Emergency Recall

The Daily Dawn
Desk report

JIKA Virus against the mosquito-borne virus has lifted the state of emergency declared by the international World Health Organization (WHO).  Unemployed announced the recall was issued nine months ago, but has warned that the outbreak will continue the UN health agency, the BBC reported.

Unemployed 30 countries around the world have seen the outbreak. This is due to a virus infection, the immature child was born. One of the maikosephali, which is due to the size of the baby's head is abnormally small brain, which creates barriers to growth.

According to WHO, only two of more than 100 events in Brazil report from the nervous system defects were found. Although the mosquito-borne virus can be spread through sexual intercourse.

Unemployed little in the number of deaths and infections, only one in every five people infected with the virus showed signs of being affected by the experts. In signs of fever, pain may be phusakuri and asthihsandhite.

The WHO's emergency committee of the Unemployed said. Heimyana David said, the virus is still "a long-term and significant" threat remains.  Latin America, the Caribbean region and beyond to counter the spread of this infection, the WHO is going to take long-term measures.

Unemployed existence of the virus detected in Uganda in 1947, is the first in monkeys. After being diagnosed in 1954, Nigeria's first human body Unemployed. Since then, Africa, South East Asia and the Pacific islands had emerged.

The outbreak was limited before jikake was not considered a major threat to human health. But in May last year after being caught in Brazil's existence spread rapidly.

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