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COVID-19 -- NetherlandsThe transmission of the mink coronavirus to 2 people rings alarm bells. Researchers consider the risk of spreading small. Still, there are major concerns.The call to clean up the mink farms infected with the coronavirus is increasing. Veterinarians and an affected livestock farmer are also calling on the government to take more measures on the infected farms. You ought to have the required knowledge to make decisions about this, says agriculture minister Carola Schouten.On the infected
Melioidosis -- United StatesOn 17 Nov 2018, a 63-year-old man from Atascosa County, Texas, came to hospital A with fever, chest pain, and dyspnea of 3 days' duration. At admission, he reported congenital unilateral renal agenesis. Renal function measures were unremarkable. Increased hemoglobin A1c level and hyperglycemia (glucose over 200 mg/dL) suggested undiagnosed type 2 diabetes.Computed tomography of chest and abdomen with intravenous contrast showed left lower lobe pneumonia with a small left pleural effusion.
Guinea Worm -- EthiopiaBetween 2 and 8 Apr 2020, 6 suspected human cases of dracunculiasis in Duli village, Gog district, Gambella [also spelled Gambela] region, Ethiopia, were reported to the World Health Organization (WHO).As of 27 Apr 2020, the Ethiopian Dracunculiasis Eradication Program (EDEP) had detected one additional person with an emerged worm, morphologically consistent with human Guinea worm, bringing the total to 7 suspected cases.This report comes after more than 2 consecutive years of zero
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Children may experience an acute cardiac decompensation from the severe inflammatory state following SARS-CoV-2 infection, termed multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C), a study says.
If confirmed by future studies, it would mean that people could get sick by ingesting tiny amounts of stool from others who are infected.
Those who again test positive for COVID-19 after being discharged from isolation or the hospital are not considered infectious, researchers say.
A new study has found that the profile of ischemic strokes in COVID-19 patients is different from what is usually seen. Several other new studies show the pandemic has led to fewer patients presenting for care.
Autopsy findings from patients who have died from COVID-19 shed light on the underlying pathology and resulting clinical symptoms.
Social connectedness between elderly persons and their peers and family members can be maintained and should be encouraged during the physical distancing required by the pandemic, says one expert.
Botulism -- Ukraine1. Hughes JM, Hatheway CL, Ostroff SM: Botulism. In: Scheld WM, Whitley RJ, Durack DT, editors. Infections of the central nervous system. 2nd edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott-Raven, 1997, 615-28.2. Weber JT, Hibbs RG, Darwish A, et al. A massive outbreak of type E botulism associated with traditional salted fish in Cairo. J Infect Dis. 1993; 167(2): 451-4. Abstract available at: .- Mod.LLHealthMap/ProMED map of Ukraine: ][See Also:2018----Botulism - Ukraine (02): (KS) smoked
COVID-19 -- ChinaThe general downward trend of new positives and deaths continues. This is what can be seen from the health monitoring data on the spread of the new coronavirus on [26 May 2020].- 230 555 cumulative cases, increase of 397 from 25 May 2020;- 52 942 people are currently positive for the virus;- 144 658 people have recovered;- 7917 patients are hospitalized with symptoms, 521 in intensive care, and 44 504 are in home isolation;- 32 955 deaths have been reported; however, this number
COVID-19 -- Netherlands2 Feb 2020: 17 187 / ... / 80 024 / ... / 81 589 / ... / 82 875 / ... / 82 985 / 82 992 / 82 993 / Mainland China2 Feb 2020: 15 / ... / 3726 / ... / 9976 / ... / 11 190 / 11 225 / 11 265 / South KoreaCountries with major activity (more than 5000 cases with community spread)------------------------------------------------------------------2 Feb 2020: 11 / ... / 76 / ... / 215 081 / ... / 1 131 280 / ... / 1 686 436 / 1 706 226 / 1 725 275 / USA26 Feb 2020: 1 / ... / 2 / ... / 6931 /
For most of us, a positive COVID-19 antibody test would correspond to a 50/50 chance that we actually have antibodies against the virus. Dr F. Perry Wilson explains.
BSE -- IrelandInformation received on Fri 22 May 2020 from Dr Martin Blake, Chief Veterinary Officer, Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Agriculture House, Dublin, IrelandSummaryReport type: immediate notification (final report)Date of start of the event: 12 May 2020Date of confirmation of the event: 13 May 2020Report date: 22 May 2020Date submitted to OIE: 22 May 2020Date event resolved: 22 May 2020Reason for notification: reoccurrence of a listed diseaseDate of previous
Dengue, Zika virus, West Nile Virus -- SpainIbiza has been plagued with an invasion of Asian tiger mosquitoes -- 4 times bigger than normal -- as swimming pools in the vacation hotspot are left untreated during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new report.The critters -- which carry diseases like Zika virus, West Nile virus and dengue fever -- have likely thrived since the closure of hotels and holiday villas on the Spanish island, The Sun reported. [The vector of West Nile virus are in the genus _Culex_. - Mod.TY]The
COVID-19 -- RussiaInformation received on [and dated] Tue 26 May 2020 from Dr. Nikolay Vlasov, Deputy Head, Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance , Ministry of Agriculture, Moscou, RussiaSummaryReport type: immediate notificationDate of start of the event: 18 May 2020Date of confirmation of the event: 22 May 2020Reason for notification: emerging diseaseMorbidity: 1 (scale 0 to 5)Mortality: 0 (scale 0 to 5)Zoonotic impact: NoCausal agent: SARS-CoV-2New outbreaks
COVID-19 -- ChinaGeneral trend of new downward positives and slight drop in deaths. This is what can be seen from the health monitoring data on the spread of the new coronavirus on [25 May 2020].- 230 158 cumulative cases, increase of 300 from 23 May 2020;- 55 300 people are currently positive for the virus;- 141 981 people have recovered;- 8185 patients are hospitalized with symptoms, 541 in intensive care, and 46 574 are in home isolation;- 32 877 deaths have been reported; however, this number
Salmonella -- ThailandLab results on Sunday [25 May 2020], found a dubious dish dubbed "death dumplings" after at least one woman died, contained the potentially fatal salmonella bacterium. After sale of the dumplings in southeast metro Bangkok was blamed for one death and several illnesses, the lab results, which came out yesterday, 24 May 2020, confirmed they contained _Salmonella_, according to Prakit Wongprasert of the Samut Prakan provincial health office.Earlier this month [May 2020], a 66-year-old woman
Algae -- United StatesToxins are compounds that have a harmful effect on other cells, tissues, and organisms. In the natural environment, these toxins are generally contained within the blue-green algal cell but they are released into the water when the cell is damaged or dies."Blue-green algal toxins can be divided into the following groups:1. Hepatotoxins- Hepatotoxins cause blood to collect in the liver causing circulatory shock and can lead to death by internal hemorrhaging.- Hepatotoxins can cause
To study whether SARS-CoV-2 could infect the eyes, researchers at Johns Hopkins looked at whether the eye's surface cells had key things that made the virus more likely to enter and infect them.
A small autopsy study shows severe lung damage from COVID-19, but is it different than that seen in severe influenza? A thrombosis expert suggests the findings are not a surprise.
Diabetes Care has published a host of new articles on diabetes and COVID-19 infection, as NIDDK researchers also acknowledge risks to other organ systems from the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Dr Lorenzo Berra, a Boston anesthesiologist and intensivist, discusses nitric oxide and its use in treating patients who are infected with COVID-19.
Poisoning -- PakistanAt least 40 people including women and children fell sick after eating toxic sweets in Somar Khan Phor village in Shikarpur today [Sun 24 May 2020].20 people have been shifted to Shikarpur Civil Hospital, while others have been moved to hospitals in Rahimabad and Khanpur. According to hospital sources, all patients are suffering from food poisoning.Affected families have demanded action against the shopkeeper for selling substandard sweets. Police said samples have been collected and
COVID-19 -- Rwanda2 Feb 2020: 17 187 / ... / 80 024 / ... / 81 589 / ... / 82 875 / ... / 82 985 / 82 992 / Mainland China2 Feb 2020: 15 / ... / 3726 / ... / 9976 / ... / 11 190 / 11 225 / South KoreaCountries with major activity (more than 5000 cases with community spread)------------------------------------------------------------------2 Feb 2020: 11 / ... / 76 / ... / 215 081 / ... / 1 131 280 / ... / 1 686 436 / 1 706 226 / USA26 Feb 2020: 1 / ... / 2 / ... / 6931 / ... / 92 109 / ... / 363 618
At a hospital in St. Paul, Minnesota, nurses allege they were retaliated against for speaking out about safety concerns, including inadequate PPE.
Between 2 and 8 April 2020, six suspected human cases of dracunculiasis in Duli village, Gog district, Gambella region, Ethiopia, were reported to WHO.
Tick-borne Encephalitis -- Worldwide/UnknownResearchers from Sechenov University together with colleagues from several Russian institutes analysed data on the RNA structure of tick-borne encephalitis [TBE] virus. Much larger than in previous studies, the data volume of the new study allowed them to estimate the age of the virus subtypes and track its spread in Eurasia. The results of the study were published in the journal Viruses [see reference below].Tick-borne encephalitis is common in Central and Eastern Europe and a wide band
Yellow Fever -- NigeriaA. Situation analysisDescription of the disasterIn August 2019, the country had recorded an increase in the number of yellow fever cases in Katsina, Bauchi, and Benue States. By September 2017, all 36 States in Nigeria and the Federal Capital Territory [FCT] had reported at least one suspected case of yellow fever. Between 1 and 31 Oct 2019, some 839 suspected cases were recorded from all states including FCT, adding up to a total of 3620 suspected cases reported in 588 LGAs [local
COVID-19 -- Netherlands[Ministers De Jonge and Schouten report the most recent developments and research results concerning COVID-19 on mink farms].In our letter dated [Tue 19 May 2020], we have informed you of the state of the research on the mink farms infected with SARS-CoV-2 and a 1st plausible animal-human infection of the COVID-19 virus. We inform you about the latest developments and research results.Very recently, a 2nd case has become known on one of the infected mink farms where, most likely,
COVID-19 -- ChinaIn the absence of effective treatment or biomedical prevention, efforts to control the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic have relied on nonpharmaceutical interventions such as personal preventive actions (such as handwashing, face covers), environmental cleaning, physical distancing, stay-at-home orders, school and venue closures, and workplace restrictions adopted at the national, state, and local levels. In addition to these public health interventions, development of herd
Japanese Encephalitis, Encephalitis -- IndiaAs if the COVID-19 pandemic is not bad enough, some districts of Assam are now in the grip of Japanese encephalitis (JE) and floods.Official sources said 82 cases of JE and acute encephalitis syndrome (AES) were reported from districts such as Cachar, Dibrugarh, Sonitpur, Kamrup, and Morigaon. So far, there have been no deaths."We have recorded 79 cases of AES and 3 cases of JE. Of these, 2 JE patients have been discharged from hospitals. The remaining others are under treatment and
COVID-19 -- ChinaGeneral trend of the new positive downhill. This is what can be seen from the health monitoring data on the spread of the new coronavirus on [24 May 2020].- 229 858 cumulative cases, increase of 531 from 23 May 2020;- 56 594 people are currently positive for the virus;- 140 479 people have recovered;- 8613 patients are hospitalized with symptoms, 553 in intensive care, and 47 428 are in home isolation;- 32 785 deaths have been reported; however, this number can only be confirmed
Cholera -- UgandaThe number of cholera cases in Moroto district has reached the 100 mark despite several interventions by the Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization (WHO).On Fri 15 May 2020, WHO delivered several items to the district, comprising beds, drugs and water purification tablets among others to help combat the spread of the waterborne disease. The Health Ministry also handed over 8 vehicles to assist with disease surveillance, sensitization, and case management in communities.
COVID-19 -- ChinaThere is a general downward trend regarding the currently positive cases. The numbers of healed are growing. This is what can be seen from the health monitoring data on the spread of the new coronavirus released at 18:00 on [23 May 2020].- 229, 327 cumulative cases, increase of 669 from 21 May 2020;- 57 752 people are currently positive for the virus;- 138 840 people have recovered;- 8695 patients are hospitalized with symptoms, 572 in intensive care, and 48 485 are in home
Other Animal Disease -- New ZealandInformation received on [and dated] Fri 22 May 2020 from Dr Tony Zohrab, Policy and Trade Branch, Ministry for Primary Industries, Wellington, New ZealandSummaryReport type: immediate notificationDate of start of the event: 22 Apr 2020Date of confirmation of the event: 22 May 2020Date submitted to OIE: 22 May 2020Reason for notification: 1st occurrence of a listed diseaseManifestation of disease: sub-clinical infectionCausal agent: _Theileria equi_Nature of diagnosis:
COVID-19 -- Worldwide/Unknown2 Feb 2020: 17 187 / ... / 80 024 / ... / 81 589 / ... / 82 875 / ... / 82 954 / 82 960 / 82 965 / 82 967 / 82 971 / 82 971 / 82 971 Mainland China2 Feb 2020: 15 / ... / 3726 / ... / 9976 / ... / 11 065 / 11 078 / 11 110 / 11 122 / 11 142 / 11 165 / 11 165 South KoreaCountries with major activity (more than 5000 cases with community spread)------------------------------------------------------------------2 Feb 2020: 11 / ... / 76 / ... / 215 081 / ... / 1 131 280 / ... / 1 527 664 /
African Swine Fever -- North KoreaAfrican swine fever (ASF) has caused mass deaths of pigs at farms in South Hwanghae Province and North Hamgyong Province, leading the central government to take action to prevent further outbreaks, Daily NK has learned."Livestock disease[s] are spreading rapidly throughout the province," a South Hwanghae Province-based source told Daily NK on Monday [18 May 2020]. "The authorities have issued an order through the Cabinet that livestock disease control authorities send investigation teams
African Horse Sickness -- ThailandWhen horses suddenly started dying in Thailand as the nation locked down to stem the spread of COVID-19, researchers feared the cause was another deadly bat-borne virus that could kill humans."We had no idea what was causing it," said Nopadol Saropala, owner of a horse farm about 100 miles [161 km] from the Thai capital, who lost 18 horses in 9 days. "We found out later that it came from zebras that were apparently in transit to China."More than 500 horses have died since the outbreak
COVID-19 -- ChinaA general downward trend regarding the currently positive cases. The number of healed is growing. This is what can be seen from the health monitoring data on the spread of the new coronavirus released at 18:00 on [22 May 2020].- 228 658 cumulative cases, increase of 642 from 21 May 2020;- 59 322 people are currently positive for the virus;- 136 720 people have recovered;- 8957 patients are hospitalized with symptoms, 595 in intensive care, and 49 770 are in home isolation;- 32 616
Other Animal Disease -- Worldwide/UnknownA veterinarian should be called promptly in cases of skin disease in horses, according to researchers, who have described a case of fungal dermatitis resulting in the gelding becoming very unwell.The researchers, writing in the journal Animals (), have reported on what they describe as a rare case of generalized fungal dermatitis in a horse caused by _Geotrichum candidum_.There are 13 species of this yeast-like fungi, commonly found in soil, air, water, milk, silage, and plant tissues.
COVID-19 -- Worldwide/Unknown2 Feb 2020: 17 187 / ... / 80 024 / ... / 81 589 / ... / 82 875 / ... / 82 954 / 82 960 / 82 965 / 82 967 / 82 971 / 82 971 / Mainland China2 Feb 2020: 15 / ... / 3726 / ... / 9976 / ... / 11 065 / 11 078 / 11 110 / 11 122 / 11 142 / 11 165 / South KoreaCountries with major activity (more than 5000 cases with community spread)------------------------------------------------------------------2 Feb 2020: 11 / ... / 76 / ... / 215 081 / ... / 1 131 280 / ... / 1 527 664 / 1 550 294 / 1
The results of the trial that prompted Dr Anthony Fauci to call remdesivir the "standard of care" for COVID-19 were published on Friday.
African Swine Fever -- IndiaInformation received on 21 May 2020 from Dr. Atul Chaturvedi, Secretary, Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying, Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying, New Delhi, IndiaSummaryReport type: Immediate notificationDate of start of the event: 26 Jan 2020Date of confirmation of the event: 18 May 2020Report date: 19 May 2020Date submitted to OIE: 21 May 2020Reason for notification: 1st occurrence of a listed disease in the countryCausal agent: African swine fever
Anthrax -- BotswanaBotswana is investigating the mysterious death of 56 elephants in the past 2 months [March-May 2020]. Authorities have ruled out poaching, as all carcasses were found intact. The country's Ministry of Environment, Natural Resources Conservation and Tourism says 12 elephants were found dead last week in villages in the Okavango Delta panhandle. In March , 44 animals died.Wildlife officer Dimakatso Ntsebe downplayed the possibility of farmers poisoning the elephants, who tend to eat
This report describes how universal, serial reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction testing of residents in a long-term care skilled nursing facility in Los Angeles, California, helped to interrupt transmission of coronavirus disease 2019 in the facility.
The U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) on Friday said that data from its trial of Gilead Sciences Inc’s remdesivir show that the drug offers the most benefit for COVID-19 patients who need extra oxygen but do not require mechanical ventilation.
Hydroxychloroquine has been touted as a potential treatment for COVID-19, but new observational data show it is not only without benefit but it increases death and arrhythmias.
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