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Transcript of Neisseria Meningitidis
endemic bacterial meningitis. it is transmitted by bodily fluids. Lives in the mucus membranes of humans like a parasite. Many deaths are associated with this epidemic. That is why You need to report to the hospital ASAP if you see
Neisseria meningitidis ANYWHERE! Neisseria Meningitidis can only be found in temperatures higher than 30 degrees. That is why you can find it in Humans throats and or noses. A picture of our most wanted:
Jenna is a survivor of Neisseria Meningitidis she says that she is very lucky to even be alive! Jenna said that there was a chance she could of died, but they caught the neisseria meningitidis before it was to late! "I felt my neck stiffen, I had a fever, I also had a major headache... I just knew something was wrong." - Jenna Now we are looking for anyone else who has
been under the attack by Neisseria Meningitidis. Jenna said she was hospitalized imediatly and given antibiotics.
(At this time, it is not recommended to receive the vaccination if you are living in a highly developed and industrialized country because these countries are at low risk for an epidemic of bacterial meningitis.) Strain W135 has shown up along the annual pilgrimage to Mecca especially in the country of Saudi Arabia. The most important strains of Neisseria Meningitidis are A, B, C, X, Y and W135. Strain A is found most often in Sub-Sahara Africa. Strain B is found mainly in the United Kingdom and an epidemic of this strain was also reported in New Zealand. Strain C is has caused epidemics in the United Kingdom. Strain Y has emerged as the cause of disease in North America.
If you see Neisseria Meningitidis anywhere
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