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    400 people in Chiang Mai infected with Hand, Foot and Mouth disease.

    400 People in Chiang Mai Infected with Hand Foot and Mouth Disease Chiang Mai Ranks Highly for Dengue Fever Infections too

    Jul 31, 2012


    CityNews Chiang Mai Provincial Administration Organisation with the Chiang Mai Public Health Office have been campaigning in an effort to prevent any more Hand Foot and Mouth disease spreading in Chiang Mai.

    There has been nationwide infections, and now more than 400 cases in Chiang Mai.
    In the whole of Thailand, from 1st January 15th July, there have been 17,656 infections and one known death due to hand, foot and mouth disease. The northern part of the country has had the most infections 40.89 infections out of 100,000 people. Chiang Mai also has the highest ranking of dengue fever cases in the country 300 people since the rainy season started.
    Wisarurat said hand, toot and mouth disease is an infection seen in Thailand every year, particularly in rainy season. Children under five years old should be observed for any abnormalities in their health until the rainy season ends. If kids have a high fever they should go to see a doctor immediately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KEVINJOHNBARKER View Post

    Where is the cheapest foot & mouth vaccine suppliers in Chiang Mai


    Next to Johnny Deacon's Building Supply Emporium.

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    Dengue is always a problem in Chiang Mai in the rainy season. The local hospital in Mae Jo fills up with patients every year even though the district carries out a mosquito eradication.

    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    said hand, toot and mouth disease is an infection seen in Thailand every year, particularly in rainy season.
    Having an infected mouth and hand is bad enough, but infected toot is the worst.

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    The incubation period averages 3-6 days. Coxsackievirus infection is highly contagious. During epidemics, the virus is spread by horizontal transmission from child to child and from mother to fetus. Transmission occurs by means of direct contact with nasal and/or oral secretions, fecal material, or aerosolized droplets in a fecal-oral or oral-oral route.

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    What do you expect in Thailand where people not only rarely or ever wash their hands with soap and water but they use their bare hand (without toilet paper) to wipe themselves.

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