It’s a bit like being bitten by a mosquito, or getting bitten by an elephant.
You get a fever and soon you’re experiencing severe dehydration.
You’re sweating profusely.
Then, you’re feeling a little bit dizzy.
At this point, you’ll likely feel a bit of an infection, like the ones you got from an infected person.
But when the virus makes its way into your bloodstream, it’s quite possibly lethal.
The virus can lead to a range of complications, including brain damage, death and, in rare cases, brain cancer.
It’s a deadly virus, and the symptoms are pretty frightening.
Symptoms can include:A slight feverThat’s all.
And you’re probably thinking, ‘I guess that’s why I don’t wear a mask.
But there are some things that a mask won’t stop.
So, let’s take a look at what you should and shouldn’t do to help prevent this devastating disease.