Adult in Bow tests positive for Jamestown Canyon virus, health officials say – WMUR Manchester

> > WE BEGIN WITH THAT BREAKING NEWS, THE TOWN OF BOW AT A HIGH RISK LEVEL THIS NOON FOLLOWING A CASE OF JAMESTOWN CANYON VIRUS. JAMESTOWN CANYON VIRUS IS TRANSMITTED BY MOSQUITOES.

Grownup in Bow tests favorable for Jamestown Canyon virus, health authorities state
Case is states second JCV case this year

Updated: 12:21 PM EDT Aug 7, 2020

> > Download the free WMUR app The infection is transmitted by the bite of a contaminated mosquito. > > NH DHHS Information about Jamestown Canyon infection The person was not hospitalized and is doing well, however experienced fever and moderate neurological symptoms, health officials said. This is New Hampshires eleventh case of the infection because the very first report of the disease in the state in 2013.

The virus is sent by the bite of an infected mosquito. There are no vaccines for it and treatment consists of encouraging care.
>> > > NH DHHS Information about Jamestown Canyon virus.
The person was not hospitalized and is doing well, however experienced fever and moderate neurological symptoms, health officials stated.
This is New Hampshires l lth case of the infection because the first report of the disease in the state in 2013. Lots of diseases caused by it are mild, however moderate-to-severe main anxious system involvement needing hospitalization have been reported, consisting of fatal infections.
Early signs can consist of flu-like health problem including fever, muscle pains, headaches and tiredness.
The infection danger level for Bow will be increased to high, and moderate in the surrounding towns of Goffstown, Dunbarton, Hopkintown, and Allenstown. The danger level for the surrounding towns of Hooksett, Pembroke and Concord will remain moderate.

BOW, N.H.–.
An adult in Bow has checked favorable for the Jamestown Canyon infection, the second case of the mosquito-borne illness in the state this year, health officials said Friday.
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> > WE BEGIN WITH THAT BREAKING NEWS, THE TOWN OF BOW AT A HIGH RISK LEVEL THIS NOON FOLLOWING A CASE OF JAMESTOWN CANYON VIRUS. JAMESTOWN CANYON VIRUS IS TRANSMITTED BY MOSQUITOES. > > Download the free WMUR app The infection is transmitted by the bite of an infected mosquito. > > NH DHHS Information about Jamestown Canyon infection The person was not hospitalized and is doing well, but experienced fever and moderate neurological signs, health authorities said. > > NH DHHS Information about Jamestown Canyon virus.