Australian men diagnosed with Zika virus in Bali Island monkey bite – Beijing-tinyos

Australian men diagnosed with Zika virus in Bali Island monkey bite Beijing – Beijing in February 2, according to Australian News reported on 2, transmitted by mosquitoes "Zika virus has spread over a period of time in America recently, Australia Queensland Department of Health says the virus appeared in Australia Leah, a a trip from Bali Island to Australia after a 27 year old man had been diagnosed. The man returned to Australia from Bali Island in May 2015 with symptoms of fever and skin rashes, and eventually was diagnosed with Hospital in the Royal Darwin Darwin hospital (Royal). It is reported that the day before the onset of 7, the man who had been bitten by a monkey on the island of Bali, but the Queensland Health Department believes that he may have been carrying the virus into Australia mosquitoes. Queensland Health Department Director Dick said, they have started working in the northern area of monitoring, to ensure the Zika virus once in Queensland, the epidemic can be found in the early days, he told the media that "we will be closely monitored by Torres Strait, this is the only way (Zika virus) in queensland."

澳男子确诊感染寨卡病毒 曾在巴厘岛被猴咬伤-中新网   中新网2月2日电 据澳洲网2日报道,由蚊虫传播的“寨卡病毒”已在美洲蔓延了一段时间,近日,澳大利亚昆州卫生厅称这一病毒现身澳大利亚,一名从巴厘岛旅行后回到澳大利亚的27岁男子已被确诊。   该男子在2015年5月从巴厘岛返回澳大利亚后,出现了发烧和皮疹症状,并最终在皇家达尔文医院(Royal Darwin Hospital)被确诊感染了寨卡病毒。   据悉,发病前7天,该男子曾被巴厘岛上的猴子咬伤,不过昆州卫生厅认为他也有可能是遭到了携带病毒进入澳大利亚的蚊子的叮咬。   昆州卫生厅厅长迪克表示,他们已经对北部地区启动了监测工作,确保寨卡病毒一旦进入昆州,就能在早期发现疫情,他对媒体表示,“我们将通过托列斯海峡进行密切监控,这是(寨卡病毒)进入昆州的唯一途径。”相关的主题文章: