Currently, there are no sub-types for the said virus known-to-date.
As of this typing, the current known symptoms for this virus infection are listed below:
- Body aches
- Low blood count
Experts are still studying the effects and symptoms of this virus and are still conducting various studies and experiments to learn about this virus and its other side effects to a human host.
Take note that insects or ticks bite people at risk for this kind of virus. Therefore, if a person’s job or activity involves being exposed to insects and ticks, proper protective gear is highly advised to avoid being infected.
To reduce the chance of being infected with this virus, the following listed below can be done by everyone, since there is no known vaccine for this virus infection.
- Usage of insect repellents.
- They are wearing long-sleeved shirts and long pants.
- We are avoiding areas that are bushy and wooded.
- We are doing thorough tick checks after being outdoors.
Currently, there is no specific way of knowing if one has already been infected with the virus. Instead, it must rely on the common symptoms that show physically on an infected person. Additionally, contacting your local doctor or state-licensed physician is best advised when you are experiencing some of the symptoms mentioned above.
Do take note that there is a possibility that your pet animals might be infected with this virus since ticks and various insect bites can spread the virus, that can also target your pet.