DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH (DOH)
MGA DAPAT MALAMAN TUNGKOL SA JAPANESE ENCEPHALITIS
Virus transmitted by mosquito bites. The virus comes from pigs and waterbirds and is transmitted to humans via the Culex mosquito.
SIGNS & SYMPTOMS:
High Fever, Headache, Stiff Neck, Disorientation, Paralysis, Seizures, Coma, Death.
IS THERE A CURE?
J.E. has no cure, Treatment focuses on RELIEVING SYMPTOMS and supporting the patient to fight infection. J.E. can be prevented by vaccination.
LIKELY INCREASE IN J.E. TRANSMISSION WITH THE FOLLOWING:
* Presence of pigs and waterbirds. Domestic chickens and ducks may also carry the virus.
* Proximity to Culex (mosquito) breeding sites, such as ricefields and water ponds. JE has also been detected in urban areas.
* Rainy season
HOW TO PREVENT J.E.?
- Use repellents, mosquito nets, and wearing clothes with good coverage.
Pagbilao Municipal Hall
Rizal St., Brgy. Sta. Catalina,
Telephone No.: (042) 797-0937
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Philippine National Police
Tel. No.: (042) 797-2854
Bureau of Fire Protection
Tel No.: (042) 797-0932
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