Fans of West Virginia may be a little disappointed because a scheduled football fan day has just been canceled. Apparently, five people "within the program" suffered from a hand, foot and mouth disease. ( Pixabay )
The Football Fan Day in West Virginia was just canceled after university authorities confirmed five cases of contagious disease
What is hand, foot and mouth disease?
Football Fan Day Canceled
West Virginia University announced that the Sunday Fan Update Day was canceled due to confirmed cases of hand, foot and mouth disorders. Obviously, five individuals caught "infectious disease" within the program. While the university did not announce which players fell ill, the refusal was intended to protect all involved.
"Our medical staff are doing a great job in tackling the disease issue, but there is no reason to put the public at risk," said West Virginia Sports Director Shane Lyons, adding that the cancellation was at its best Interest of all involved in the suspended sports event lies.
So far not a word Fan Day is expected to prevail
Hand, foot and mouth disease 201
This is not the first case of hand, foot and mouth disease in the sports world this year. Noah Syndergaard of the New York Mets and J.A. Happ of the New York Yankees also fell ill at the beginning of the year. Both pitchers were able to recover quickly and continue throwing.
Hand, foot and mouth disease
Hand, foot and mouth disease is a highly contagious disease that is often contracted by children. It is caused by viruses of the enterovirus genus and can be transferred from one person to another by direct contact with the saliva, stool or respiratory secretions of an infected person and through unwashed hands or contaminated surfaces.
People who develop the disease develop Symptoms between three and seven days after the first infection. These symptoms include fever, rash and sores, loss of appetite, irritability, headache and sore throat.
The disease is so named because of its characteristic symptom, in which an infected person develops sores or blisters in the mouth and rashes in the oral cavity. Hands and feet
As mentioned, the disease often affects children, especially those under 5 years old. but then, immunity from the disease is built up after it has contracted. That said, it can still affect people of all ages, especially if the immune system is compromised.
Contagious but mild illness
Hand, foot and mouth disease is a generally mild disease that usually disappears by itself for several days, even without treatment. However, some may be given medicines such as ibuprofen, topical ointments or lozenges to control or alleviate the symptoms associated with them.
Eating ice cream, sucking on a stick and drinking cold drinks, effective home remedies for hand, foot and mouth disorders. It is recommended to avoid spicy and salty foods as well as citrus fruits and drinks.
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