they find each other critical healthTwo of three minors bitten by a bat in the community of Palo de Lima, belonging to the municipality of San Lorenzo Texmalucán in Oaxaca.
Oaxaca’s health secretary, Alma Lilia Velasco, said, “One of the minors who was also bitten by the bat is stable and under medical observation and started his E.Rabies vaccination schedule.
In a video released by the government of Oaxaca, the official explained that “the protocols of epidemiological surveillance in the community so that there is no doubt that another person may be potentially infected with wildlife rabies.”
minors,” a boy and a girl, are reported in serious conditionThe ages of the three minors are 7, 8 and 2 years.
Relatives of the minors are waiting for the results of the tests carried out and who were sent to the Diagnostic and Referral Institute to find out whether they were infected with the disease.
As far as the people who came in contact with the minors are concerned, they have denied that they were infected.
The three minors were transferred to the Aurelio Valdivieso Civil Hospital in Oaxaca City, where care was provided to save the lives of the two minors.
According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the incubation period for human rabies can vary depending on the distance between the brain and the site of exposure, as well as existing immunity. The first symptoms can be confused with flu symptoms.
As soon as clinical symptoms appear, the disease is almost always fatal And treatment is only palliative, in fact, only 20 cases of human rabies survival have been documented.