Nipah virus : ‘Karnataka govt monitoring people arriving from Kerala’
Team Udayavani, Sep 13, 2021, 11:29 AM IST
Bengaluru: A detailed advisory on precautions to be taken against the Nipah virus has been issued by the state government inormed Karnataka Health Commissioner Dr KV Trilok Chandra.
He said that the people who are coming from Kerala will be kept under surveillance.
“We have already issued a detailed advisory on precautions to be taken against the Nipah virus. Advanced surveillance measures are already in place at all border districts. People coming from Kerala will be under surveillance,” he was quoted speaking to ANI.
The Karnataka government issued an advisory on September 7 to prevent the outbreak of the infection of the Nipah virus and the health department instructs the district administrations to monitor the arrivals from Kerala for symptoms like fever, altered mental status, severe weakness, headache, respiratory distress, cough, vomiting, muscle pain, convulsion and diarrhoea.
Nipah virus is a zoonotic virus but it can also be transmitted from person to person and through contaminated food.
(With inputs from ANI)
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