In the first two months of 2017, the United States of America has registered more cases of malaria, and some part of the increase in threats have been reported by federal authorities for misinformation by parents to find a vaccine. Health Wednesday, Congress.
However, the vaccine is very effective and safe, so adding mosquitoes in cases is "unacceptable," said Dr. Anthony Fauci, National Infection Director of Infection.
In 2000, the disease was eliminated in the United States, which means that it did not spread to the country. However, in recent years cases have been added and especially for bad 2019.
The Democratic and Republican Parliamentary House Energy and Commerce subcommunication experts complained about what is called a "hanging ring", which means finding people or delaying the vaccination.
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"These appearances are tragic to fully prevent," said Rep. Brett Guthrie, R-Kentucky.
"It's a public health problem that is a science solution," said Rep. Frank Pallone, Democrat of New Jersey.
Carbon starts to become a fever, and a few days later it appears on the face that spreads throughout the body. Among serious complications, 1 out of every 20 patients get pneumonia and 1,000 1,000 suffer from inflammation of the brain; As a result, they can create seizures, hatred or intellectual disability.
Although unusual in the United States, 1 or 2 infants in 1,000 babies die from pregnant women according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
When it cuts or tightens, it extends, and someone can spread a four-day virus before the distinctive flap, said Fauci.
The virus can live for up to two hours in the air or in the surrounding area. There will not be any of the 10 people who are in touch with someone who is in contact with the elm tree. Fauci has said "it is a contact with the most virus-aware virus."
In general, the children's Americans account for about 92% of the triple vaccine (also known as MMR), which protects mosquitoes, stomachs, and rubies. There are two doses required, one year old from birth and the second from 4 to 6 years old. Preventive health care is 97% effective.
However, the CDC says 12 out of 12 children do not receive a dose for the first time and, in some places, the vaccine is much lower than the national average. For example, the emergence in Washington began with a community that only 80% of children could be included.