In Argentina, four endemic regions have been identified: Ipar (Salta, Jujuy), Centro (Buenos Aires, Santa Fe and Entre Ríos), Northeast (Misiones) and Sur (Neuquén, Río Negro and Chubut).
In order to move the community to different parts of the country, in the province's health portfolio, the following measures must be taken into account:
- Previously, rodents enter or build homes.
- Cover the doors, walls and pipes.
- Rodents avoid coexistence and contact their secretions. Clean the wash (floors, walls, doors, tables, drawers and cabinets), with nine water (leave for 30 minutes and wash).
- Cool on the floor to prevent dust.
- Places and wood from houses with more than 30 meters, grass and herbs cut in a radius of about 30 meters.
- Have ventilated at least 30 minutes before entering the enclosed places (houses, sheds).
- Tighten your mouth and nose with a damp cloth to enter or breathe.
- Take care of the fans and air conditioners in charge, their filters or pipes with contaminated powder, with rodents or their flesh. If you need to do these, cover them with a mask.
- Get out of it in herbs and dumps, do not sleep directly on the floor and consume drinking water.
- If there are rodents alive: use rodents or trappers to use poison (do not try to touch or hit). Check with the city if the pest control service is available.
- If there is a dead rod, clean everything you have contacted with bleach and wait at least 30 minutes. Then, pick up your hands and burn or burn more than 30 cm deep.
- People with symptoms of illness must be consulted to prevent close contact with the health service and other people.
The first symptoms are similar to influenza: fever 38ºC, muscle pain, coldness, headache, nausea, abdominal pain, diarrhea, no treatment for upper treatment.
Hantavirus is a zoonotic disease (transmitted to an animal by human being) by carrying HANTA virus, transmitting human infections, wild crabs, chronic asymptomatic infection and virus removal. urine, saliva and excretion.
Hantaviruses mainly transmit aerosol, thorns, urine and saliva with viral particles from contaminated rodents. Human transmission is generally included in rodents' habitat in nearby and rural areas.
Transmission of each person is proven and therefore fluid and other human fluids must be potentially dangerous.