A Bacterial infections have killed at least eight people in Florida this year so far, health officials say soon. Twenty people in the country have been infected with bacteria found in water Vibrio vulnificus, a relative of cholera that is known to sometimes cause flesh-and-mouth disease.
But V. vulnificus it also has the uncomfortable potential to trigger necrotizing fasciitis when it enters open wounds: a rapidly spreading disease that begins to kill the skin and tissues starting soon on the visible day (hence its nickname “flesh-eating disease”). The disease can cause the immune system called sepsis that requires it immediate treatment. Even after treatment, one in five people dies, while survivors can leave large scars or limbs.
There are many types of bacteria that can cause necrotizing fasciitis, but in Florida, V. vulnificus has persisted if it is not actually found in these nocturnal infections.
According to the Florida department of Health, 20 people are known to have it captured V. vulnificus in government this year from the beginning of September. Eight people died as a result, with the death confirmed Friday by Leon County officials, according to The explosion of News Today.
Deadly diseases from V. vulnificus is thought to be more common in the summer months, when most people are outdoors swimming. Hence, the meat-eating season may soon end. That said, it is the deadliest people in Florida since 2018, who have seen nine death.
Necrotizing fasciitis is very rare. But some scientists to complain that the disease may be very common in the coming years, thanks a little for the climate change. Hot water temperatures, rising sea levels, and frequent weather events that lead to flooding are factors that can put us at risk. V. vulnificus frequency. So, yeah, just imaginary food.