Do you know Zika Virus? The Zika virus is Flaviviridae, which is spherical with a diameter of about 40 to 70nm and has a coating. The genome is a single strand of plus-strand RNA, which is about 10.8Kb in length, divided into two genotypes, Asian and African. Recently, the current virus in South America is Asian.
Zika Virus disease is currently prevalent in countries and regions such as the Americas, Africa, southeast Asia and Pacific island countries.
Since 2015, Zika has been spreading in countries like Brazil. Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, Maldives and other southeast Asian countries have also reported Zika outbreaks.
The virus is mainly transmitted to humans and animal hosts through the bites of aedes mosquitoes, and can also be transmitted sexually. People who are infected with Zika may have symptoms such as fever, rash, and joint pain. Most cases of Zika infection are mild, but pregnant women with Zika can damage the fetal brain, leading to neonatal microcephaly and other neurological disorders. There are currently no approved vaccines for Zika in the world.
Once the Zika Virus has occurred, it is difficult to recover. This requires vigilance to prevent the spread and infection of the virus. Usually, Zika is spread by mosquitoes, and the best thing to do is to prevent mosquito bites.
To prevent mosquito bites, mosquito and human contact should be fully eliminated. Maybe you can use our company’s mosquito repellent products, such as mosquito coils and mosquito repellent liquid and so on. Our mosquito coils are healthy and safe and does not cause too much harm to the human body. This will keep you away from the mosquitoes and greatly reduce the risk of Zika infection.
Zika virus is prevalent in animals (especially monkeys) in some countries and regions in Africa and southern Asia. Therefore, experts recommend that women prepare for pregnancy and pregnancy to be cautious to the Zika virus epidemic area.
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