Rajasthan govt. started awareness plans for nipah virus :
In the wake of passings from Nipah virus in Kerala, Rajasthan government today offered headings to authorities to take prudent steps to check the spread of virus in the state. Wellbeing Minister Kalicharan Saraf said that numerous individuals the state live in Kerala and they regularly visit Rajasthani in this way “there is a need to stay alarm and make open mindfulness on the issue.”
He approached authorities to make fundamental courses of action for checking the spread of the virus in the state. Nipah virus has so far asserted 10 lives in Kozhikode and Malappuram regions in north Kerala while two more people who kicked the bucket of high fever are suspected to have gotten the virus.
In the interim, Kerala government today requested that voyagers abstain from going to four northern regions of the state – Kozhikode, Malappuram, Wayanad and Kannur. In a warning issued by Health Secretary Rajeev Sadanandan, it was expressed that setting out to any piece of Kerala was protected. In any case, if explorers wished to be additional wary, they may keep away from the four locale, it said.
The characteristic host of the Nipah virus (NiV) virus are natural product bats of the Pteropodidae family, Pteropus variety. There is no inoculation for the virus which has a death rate of 70 for every penny.