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STSS Outbreak: ‘Meat-eating Bacteria’ wreaking havoc in Japan.. 48-hour death! 

STSS Outbreak: 'Meat-eating Bacteria' wreaking havoc in Japan.. 48-hour death! 

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Just as the world was recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, another deadly virus is wreaking havoc, claiming lives in just 48 hours. This virus has recently emerged in Japan, causing panic among the people. The bacterium causing this outbreak is creating a mass mortality event. The number of people affected by this virus is increasing rapidly. The current situation in Japan is alarming. The bacterium is creating a toxic shock syndrome (STSS). The National Institute of Infectious Diseases in Japan has reported a rapid increase in cases in their country. As of June 2, 977 cases have been registered there. Meanwhile, 941 cases have been reported in neighboring countries.

Among those infected with this infection, symptoms such as fever, rash, sore throat, deformities, vomiting, etc., are visible. According to the World Health Organization.. This infection has been identified in another five countries in Europe. This year alone, Japan has registered 2,500 new cases, with 30 people reportedly dead among them. Those affected by this virus can experience significant increases in blood pressure, organ failure, rapid heart rate, and respiratory distress within 24 to 48 hours. One in ten people is dying in that country. Experts are saying that those aged 65 and older are most at risk from this virus.

The streptococcus pyogenes bacterium, also known as group A streptococcus, released in vaccines, causes STSS. It turns into a deadly infection that eats away at the flesh. It is a contagious disease that spreads rapidly to others. Since February 2022.. The virus has been rapidly increasing in countries such as the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, and the Netherlands, among others.

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