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What fever has killed one person in California and where the CDC has issued a travel warning for Mexico

Los Angeles California. – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a travel warning for Baja California, Mexico, following a fatal case of Rocky Mountain spotted fever in San Diego; what is this disease?

The travel warning was made public after the CDC studied a fatal case of Rocky Mountain spotted fever in a San Diego man who had traveled to Baja California, a state bordering California.

This case was reported to San Diego County Public Health Services in November, after the resident traveled from Southern California.

What is Rocky Mountain spotted fever?

According to the CDC’s travel advisory, Rocky Mountain spotted fever is an illness caused by bacteria that can be fatal.

This disease is transmitted through the bite of an infected brown tick, which usually affects a pet, usually dogs.

In addition to Baja California, Rocky Mountain spotted fever in the transmission of ticks was found in the Mexican states of Sonora, Chihuahua, Coahuila and Nuevo León.

Symptoms of Rocky Mountain spotted fever

People infected with Rocky Mountain spotted fever have the following symptoms:

  • fever
  • Headache
  • suddenly

These symptoms usually appear two days after infection; however, it may appear up to two weeks after your return to California.

The CDC asks people who have traveled to states affected by this disease in Mexico to seek medical attention if they have any of the symptoms mentioned.

Federal health authorities have indicated that infected people should be treated with doxycycline, an antibiotic that works effectively against Rocky Mountain spotted fever.

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