Invasive Tick Species Capable of Spreading Dangerous Diseases Found in Nine States
12-3-18, Surely it's politically incorrect to say that the dangerous ticks, fleas and diseases coming into the USA are being carried across our border by foreign illegal migrants. Nonetheless true. The Asian long horned tick was first discovered on a sheep in New Jersey in August 2017 and has now been found in nine states: Virginia, West Virginia, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Maryland and Arkansas. The Washington Post reported it's the first invasive tick species to reach the U.S. in approximately 80 years.
The Center for Disease Control [CDC] said, "Where this tick exists, it's an important vector of human and animal disease agents. Studies in Asia identified ticks infected with various diseases all of the following pathogen groups circulate zoonotically in the United States: Anaplasma, Babesia, Borrelia, Ehrlichia and Rickettsia."
In 2013 seventeen people in So Korea died from a hemorrhagic fever transmitted from a virus carried by the tick. The CDC said the species is potentially capable of spreading a large number of diseases. More from Newsweek here
What is Hemorrhagic Fever? A viral hemorrhagic fever is a theory of the cause of the Black Death and the Plague of Justinian. In the 541-542 AD Justinian Plague a pandemic of disease that afflicted the Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire, especially its capital Constantinople, [modern day Turkey], the Sasanian Empire, and port cities around the entire Mediterranean Sea. One of the deadliest plagues in history resulting deaths estimated 25–50 million people in two centuries of recurrence, equivalent to 13–26% of the world's population at the time.
Viral Hemorrhagic Fever Symptoms and Treatment
Symptoms of fatigue, fever, weakness, dizziness and muscle aches; patients with more severe infections show bleeding under the skin, internal organs, or even from bodily orifices like the mouth, eyes, or ears.
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