There is a breakthrough and panic situation in Illinois because all hospitals in Illinois strictly asked to stop kids under 12 years of age for visit buildings, as the area is suspecting an epidemic of an unidentified virus which is causing respiratory problems among children. And for this virus more than 70 kids have been suffered in the area so far.
These suffered 70 kids had visited the Hospital in Quincy, southwest Illinois, and after that they suspected from respiratory issues, Reuters reported, citing officials. The unidentified virus has not yet been identified, but all the sources say that it seems to be comparable to HEV68, another respiratory disease that had hit in St. Louis and in Kansas City the weekend previously, Robert Merrick, an epidemiologist at the hospital, told a news reporter.
The report came on Wednesday; Hannibal Regional Healthcare System in Hannibal also warned a same notice to the kids in the district for the virus causing problems like vomiting, swelling, fever, runny nose, body and muscle pains, cough and inflammation. They strictly gave orders to stop the visitors because this virus is spreading very rapidly. They asked for help to the local city health officer to take action against this destructive virus.
The city government told to the media that people should not excessively fright and obtain all the hygienic habits like use only clean water, avoid any type of cola and wash hands before and after meal. The public should keep away from striking wild meat for now, and cook every food especially meat very well. Even though we are up till now to verify this case, we support people to report any indication of a sick person to the closest hospital as soon as possible.
Illinois government also released a notice in a press release said Last week, St. Louis Children’s Hospital in Missouri it observed a 50 percent rise in the number of cases it admitted associated with the unknown germ, at the same time as Missouri’s Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City recorded 300 children with the same disease.