Zika virus end within sight

For far too long we have been at the mercy of tiny little creatures from hell..

Specialised tormentors that seek and suck blood from victims in order to procreate…

Being mosquitoes, their insidious bites and itches are most irritating to our toes…

Each time they make a bee line for quick nip of blood letting , much to our woes..
Given the many varieties and types of these irritating flying insects…

It is most abundantly found in many countries, especially in the tropics…

Besides interrupting sound sleep, these hellish insects spread dangerous diseases…

Central to all of these deadly diseases is the spread of the flaviviruses…
Now this is a family of dangerous and deadly viruses borne by mosquitoes…

If these viruses are a danger to the mosquitoes themselves, we can rejoice…

But the Almighty God in His infinite wisdom has deemed otherwise…

Mosquitoes are carriers, they are the vessels to spread the diseases worldwide..,
Latest World Health Organisation alert has awakened the world all over…

Zika virus is afire, spreading and infecting the human population many times over…

Health and hospital authorities are swamped with increasing numbers of Zika sufferers..

It is a worldwide call to be vigilant, microcephaly in new born babies a consequence…
Today there is some good news to the end of this Zika tunnel of health concern..

The proverbial light at the end of its tunnel of darkness and its dire consequences…

Careful research on a group of volunteers isolated for some intensive clinical monitoring…

Has yielded very promising results that might well signal a momentous medical breakthrough..
As the world awaits for more conclusive and definitive measures to counter the flaviviruses..

Hopes are raised that in time, medical science overcomes all variant forms of the flaviviruses…

As we continue to hope and await the latest drugs and medicine to be readily available..

It is vital we try to minimise and eliminate the mosquito menace at home as far as possible…

By,

Jimmy Chin K.

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