The first case of West Nile virus has infected a person from San Juan County in the 50s. At the same time, according to the New Mexico Health Department, his condition improved after the hospitalization.
In any healthy person, neuro-invasive disease is spread by mosquitoes, which can be quite fatal. According to NMDOH, cases of the virus have been reported in New Mexico every year since it was first reported in 2003. If you tell us about the symptoms of the disease, it may show symptoms like headache, fever, muscle and joint pain, nausea and fatigue. At the same time, severe symptoms of the disease include fever as well as neck stiffness, stagnation, coma, tremors, muscle weakness etc.
There are currently no medications or vaccines to prevent West Nile virus infection. People 50 and older are at greater risk from the virus. If someone sees such symptoms, then he may have West Nile fever. After which the victim should contact the doctor without wasting time.