Outbreaks are happening nationwide, which includes the great state of Texas. According to the PVN also known as the Precision, Vaccination News, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention CDC has issued this year the highest in recent history with almost 100 country countries reports of the virus, which is higher than usual for case numbers.

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TEXAS IS ON ALERT FOR A DEADLY OUTBREAK IN THE STATE

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The Texas Department of State Health Services says that In 2023 they confirmed to at least 60 cases of transmitted fever found a great state. Dengue Outbreak is a Mosquito bone disease that occurs in the tropics and nontropical areas in the world. people who have been affected by this dangerous virus a second time are more at risk of developing this severe disease.

WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF THIS VERY DEADLY VIRUS?

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Rashes, muscle and joint pain, and high fevers are the symptoms of this very dangerous and deadly virus infection. There are cases where severe bleeding and shock have left individuals in life-threatening situations.  Pain relievers and fluids are two things you will need if you are infected by the virus, and in some more severe cases, you are required to receive hospital care. Recently an article was written on how to keep mosquitoes away for good that you can find right here. This virus is extremely deadly and dangerous Texas, we have to take it seriously and avoid this outbreak as much as we can to save our lives.

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