Basically, this virus that is not too much known about it. It’s been a long time since this deadly keystone virus has been out but has not been doing too much hurt.
What we are going to learn here at livegreaterhealth.com is where it originated from, how it is spread, what some of the symptoms are, what treatments they for it and how to prevent it.
So let’s get on with the show and see what we can learn.
What is the Keystone Virus?
Keystone virus is spread by mosquito bites.
Deadly viral infections usually can get spread easily in different ways. What we eat, drink or the air we breathe might be contaminated and can kill us. They can be spread also by an infected person.
All that we know about the Keystone virus it only spreads through mosquito bites.
So we better watch what is going on around us. Something as simple as a mosquito can spread a deadly virus.
Why because Keystone is a mosquito bourne-virus.
For more in-depth about the Keystone virus from Wikipedia.
How is it Spread?
The female mosquito is the carrier and is transferred to humans through a simple bite.
It gets into our bloodstream and it’s on its way.
We know that what we usually eat, drink, or the air we breath being contaminated can kill us and viruses can be spread also by an infected persons.
With the Keystone virus a mosquito bourne virus that was detected in animals in the early 1960’s in the U.S.
Originating in animals not realizing humans could be contaminated with it.
Then in 2016 a person in Florida was being tested for the Zika virus and was found to have the Keystone virus.
It wasn’t until then that scientist found that humans could be infected by it.
What are the Symptoms?
The virus is very similar to the flu with some of the same symptoms making it hard to detect.
- Cold chills
- Body rashes
- Effects the brain cells – causing swelling
- Encephalitis – inflammation of the brain
- Death – possible
You will have to be examined by the doctor and tests done to know whether it is the Keystone virus.
There are no known treatment for Keystone virus and there is no vaccines for the Keystone virus.
All we can do is treat the symptoms with medications.
- Drink plenty of water.
- Get plenty of rest.
Take all the necessary vitamins and supplements to keep our immune system boosted.
Eat the right diet to get the right nutrients our body needs to stay healthy.
Compared to other Mosquito borne viruses
Keystone virus – mosquito-borne confirmed in 2016 in humans with fever, rash, headache, chills, and flu-like symptoms and effects the brain…
Zika virus – mosquito-borne confirmed in 2015 in humans with red eyes, fever, joint and muscle pain, headaches, rashes it is transmitted by…
- in pregnancy from mother to child
- blood transfusions
- unprotected sex
West Nile virus – mosquito-borne confirmed in 1937 in humans in Northern Uganda and in North America in 1999. Symptoms include a headache, diarrhea, vomiting, rash, joint pains, and body aches. Transmitted by…
- mosquito bites from mosquitoes that have bitten birds usually spread from birds
Now that we have learned about this virus don’t you think we should be more cautious about being bite by mosquitoes?
Reason for Article
Do you think this article was important enough for people to read? We think the Keystone virus is a very serious subject and should not be taken for granted. So livegreaterhealth thought we should bring it out into the light to be recognized more to keep us mindful about it. In this time of the year where we are outdoors more barbecuing and picnicking in the environment where mosquitoes are that this post would be appropriate.
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