The People’s Republic of China, simply called as China is the largest country in East Asia and the third or fourth largest country in the world.
Stoods first in the content of population of about 1.3 billion is now in diloma.
Enterovirus 71, the name itself shivering the chinese government and put the officials unstable as this virus disease among the children already costs 22 lives.
The deaths are blamed on enterovirus 71, or EV-71, one of the most common causes of HFMD. All of the deaths occurred in Fuyang City.
Authorities reported 15,799 cases of the disease on Tuesday. The official count has increased dramatically in recent days, the result of an order issued late last week by the Ministry of Health mandating that all cases be reported.
From Its first case noted in the mid of march, government is helplessly closing all the schools and the colleges to avoid the spread of disease.
In mild cases, EV-71 causes cold-like symptoms, diarrhea, and sores on the hands, feet and mouth. Severe cases can cause fluid to accumulate on the brain, resulting in polio-like paralysis and death.
A large outbreak of HFMD occurred in Taiwan in 1998 with 78 deaths, and smaller outbreaks recurred there in 2000 and 2001, according to the CDC.