OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The state of Oklahoma says a man has died after acquiring the Heartland virus, making him the second person in the U.S. to die after coming down with the illness.
Oklahoma officials said Tuesday the Delaware County man died recently
from complications of the virus, which is found in the Lone Star tick
and is likely spread through tick bites. The virus was first identified
in Missouri in 2009.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has said the other
patient who died after acquiring the virus had other health conditions.
Other cases have been diagnosed in Missouri and Tennessee, but those patients recovered.
Symptoms of the virus include fever, fatigue, bruising easily and
diarrhea. There is no vaccine or drug to prevent or treat the disease.
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