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“Even many cases of viral fever are showing similar symptoms like joint pain, muscle pain, fatigue etc that are normally associated with Chikungunya. Those patients who are positive for Chikungunya tests are showing more severe symptoms compared to the past few years.”-Rajeev Saxena, consultant physician
In the Indian territory of Delhi 15 people have died since 12 September after being bitten by mosquitoes, the same type of mosquitoes that can pass the Zika virus. But it’s not Zika, it’s Chikungunya.
More than 1-thousand people in the territory are known to be infected with Chikungunya. Interestingly government health administrators in Delhi did not consider Chikungunya (aka CHIKV, the V is for virus) to be so dangerous that it had to be reported to state health officials, which means that the actual number of Chikungunya cases could be much higher. Local news reports say health officials are now requiring hospitals to notify them of anymore cases, however, they’ve also ordered hospitals not to talk to the news media!
So far everybody who has died had other medical problems, and died after they were admitted to hospitals. There are reports that health administrators failed to spray for mosquitoes this year, due to lack of funding. Delhi administrators say they are now gearing up to begin spraying using a specialized train called The Terminator, supposedly because most of the new mosquitoes are hatching around railroad tracks. However, it’ll take at least one week to equip the train and train the personnel how to use the equipment!
CHIKV infections were first noticed in 1955. It was not considered dangerous as it was rare if an infected person died. In 2005 CHIKV had mutated and began rapidly spreading around the world, and it became stronger.
By 2015 the virus was found in most of the Americas, Africa and eastern Asia. This year it looks like the virus mutated again, becoming deadly. Not only that, one Indian doctor, Rajeev Saxena, says many people are showing CHIKV symptoms but are testing negative for the virus. This suggests that the current test doesn’t work. Also, there is no vaccine or cure for CHIKV.
The symptoms are typical of virus infections; fever, rash, joint pain, fatigue, upset stomach, etc. They show up about a week to two weeks after you’re bit, and can last for ten days. Survivors in India report that the joint pain isn’t going away, even after they’ve been declared free of the infection. In previous CHIKV outbreaks about 20% of the victims have recuring symptoms a year later.
A major problem has been noticed with diagnosing CHIKV, the same mosquito (which can pass Zika) also passes on Dengue and Malaria resulting in a sick person actually having multiple viral infections.
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