Last July, in Japan, a woman died from the SFTS (High Fever Syndrome with Thrombocytopenia) virus carried by ticks after being bitten by a cat. Subsequently, an entire building had to be fumigated, also in Japan, when a tick infected with the virus escaped from the conference room where it was precisely the study of the lethal virus to humans. SFTS is a disease that has now been shown to be deadly for humans. Its symptoms are fever, deficiency of platelets, white blood cells and gastroenteritis. Its mortality rate has been calculated at 30% and is particularly dangerous for people over 50 years of age. It is, therefore, fundamental, to have our pets disinfected, to avoid problems.
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