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A zombie-deer disease found in 24 states can spread to people





"Zombie Deer" disease, officially called chronic illness, or XZD, has spread to 24 states and two provinces of Canada and Researchers are concerned that people can keep it under certain circumstances.

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The disease is found mainly in free deer, elk and elk, and was found in reindeer herders. and elk, according to the Center for the control and prevention of diseases.

The disease is relatively low in deer and deer free, but in some areas where the disease is more established, the infection rate can reach 1

0%, according to the CDC. Local infections were also reported at 25%. The population is even higher in a deer population of deer, at a rate of up to 79 percent, or four in each deer, in at least one tribe.


As of January 2019, there were 251 districts in 24 states in which there were registered CHZs in free chinchillas. This map is based on the best available information from various sources, including government agencies and the United States Geological Survey.
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As of January 2019, there were 251 districts in 24 states. reported freeze-fired HZV. This map is based on the best available information from several sources, including government agencies and the United States Geological Survey. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Chronic illness may last up to one year after infection until symptoms appear, but when they do, they include a sharp drop in weight, stumbling block, lethargy, and other neurological symptoms.


Researchers are concerned that the so-called "zombie deer" disease can spread to people through food, although there have still been no cases reported. called "zombie deer" disease can spread to people through food, although no cases have been recorded so far. Pixabay

There were no human infections registered, but this is why it concerns the CDC. Studies have shown that dangerous primates such as monkeys that use infected mice or in contact with the body fluid of an infected animal. The CDC said the study was anxious that there could be a risk for humans.

Since 1997, the World Health Organization has recommended the storage of any food contaminated with CWD.

In the absence of treatment or a vaccine for the so-called "zombie deer" disease, this disease is fatal, although some infected animals can never develop this disease.


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