The West Nile virus, which is transmitted by mosquitoes that caused the death of one person in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, has been detected in another 7 people.
The statement came from TRNC's Ministry of Health. West Nile virus, taken from patients at the hospital on suspicion of being under the control and analysis of blood samples sent to Turkey, were detected in another 5 diseases.
A positive West Nile virus was detected in 2 people being treated at a private hospital. Thus, the number of patients infected with West Nile virus infected with mosquitoes that have lethal effects has increased to 7.
The statement said that three of the patients treated at the State Hospital were in intensive care and the rest were being treated in wards. West Nile virus cases leading to patient death are concentrated in Famagusta and surrounding areas. Municipalities are trying to take extraordinary measures, especially in the fight against mosquitoes.
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