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By biting humans, infected mosquitoes transmit viruses. In rural and agricultural settings, it is more prevalent. Rarely, it results in severe brain enlargement along with an abrupt headache, a high fever, and confusion.
From a moderate sickness lasting a few weeks to a severe illness lasting many months, hepatitis A can vary in severity. By ingesting tainted food or water or coming into contact with an infected person's feces, you can contract the hepatitis A virus (stool).
Mosquitoes can carry the dengue virus can infect you at any time of the day or night. Both inside and outside of structures are home to them. If dengue fever is a problem where you are.
When you consume or drink something that has been contaminated with the germs, such as:
● milk and milk products● shellfish from areas polluted with sewage● raw fruits and vegetables grown in soil fertilized with human feces
By the bite of a female mosquito carrying the malaria parasites, people can contract malaria. This kind of mosquito bites from dusk until dawn.
Traveler's diarrhea is a digestive system condition that frequently results in loose stools and cramping in the abdomen.
Through the bite of infected mosquitoes, mostly the Aedes species in Africa and the Haemagogus species in South America, yellow fever is transmitted.
Due to its extreme contagiousness, hepatitis B can be contracted by coming into contact with infected blood and bodily fluids (including semen and vaginal fluid).
Sharing nasal and throat secretions is one way people transfer the meningococcal bacterium to others (saliva or spit). These bacteria are typically shared through prolonged or close contact (such as kissing or coughing).
Any warm-blooded mammal is susceptible to rabies (domestic or wild).
When an infected animal bites, scratches, or licks a victim with open skin or mucous membranes, the virus from its saliva enters the victim's nervous system and spreads rabies (eyes, nose and mouth).