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Essay On West Nile Virus

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Controlling the West Nile Virus.
In 1999 1,800 people died from the west nile virus. The death tolls continue to rise, medicine has not been available to treat the west nile virus only over the counter pain-killers. Death tolls have declined over the years but people are still dying from this disease. The west nile virus was first recognized in 1999 in New York City and had a big effect. We need to prevent this virus before it becomes deadly to highly populated areas. If the world wants to prevent infections and high death tolls scientists can make medicines and vaccines before the virus spreads too much to where science can’t stop it, the vaccinations scientists make can also help other countries in need.
CNN observes that the west nile virus is an illness spread by infected mosquitoes. The west nile virus has killed many people and you should use bug spray when you go outside mainly at night. The symptoms of the west nile virus take a while to show up and sometimes you will have this virus but get no symptoms. West nile virus can be deadly and harmless, but then when you get it who knows if it will be bad or good. (“CNN” 2016). This evidence supports my thesis statement because it answers
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If scientists don’t find a anti biotic then parts of the world that need it most will end up dying or living but without medicine or any other products to help that country or city will vanish. if you don’t have the right protection during summer or when mosquitoes are out you could catch this virus and without the right medication you have a possibility of death. If you use bug spray you have a smaller chance of getting the WNV. If you don’t have the right protection during summer or when mosquitoes are out you could catch this
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