Cryptoporidiosis is called a complaint to God after losing everything invested in Bitcoin, but it is actually a… Intestinal parasite Which the British and Irish bring back to their countries after visiting Spain. According to the scientific journal Eurosurveillance, “A Continuous and unusual surplus “in sickness” between August 14 and October 1. The cases relate to B “International flights, especially to Spain and other Mediterranean countries.”
Cryptoboridiosis is an infection caused by Cryptosporidium parasites, which live in soil, food and water. The Irish Mirror claims the bacteria is being carried into water parks or swimming pools. The parasite, as you can see, can appear anywhere, however Health and Safety Executive (HSE) “In particular” he blames Salo in Catalonia.
In affected locations, the HSE recommends not consuming iced drinks, and testing tap water for treatment (inhalation of chlorine bleach), Brush your teeth with bottled water Take precautions if the pool or sea water does not look clean. However, public health in that country is trying to reassure tourists: The following drinks are generally safe: […] Beer and wine.”
Typically, the parasite causes mild gastrointestinal symptoms More serious cases in children due to dehydration and because it is a serious disease for people with weak immunity. Some people may also experience bouts of dehydration, weight loss, stomach cramps, fever, nausea and vomiting, according to the HSE. Symptoms may last one to two weeks.
So far this year, Spain has recorded 2,940 cases of cryptoboridosis (compared to 805 cases recorded in 2022), of which 121 were hospitalized. On the other hand, the United Kingdom has been diagnosed 2,411 cases Between August 14 and September 1. who are they, 46% traveled to Spain.
but, It cannot be confirmed that the cryptoboridosis attacking British and Irish tourists is Spanish. Even though I’m in Salou and the amnesty is being signed. “People travel more and swim more in pools in the summer, so it stands to reason that more outbreaks will occur when and where they do. Without a full and detailed study of health status and genotypes, before and after travel, it is not possible to determine whether the origin of the outbreak was in Spain.” . Or if the parasite had traveled with tourists from their countries of origin“, pointing to Country Isabel de Fuentes, researcher in parasitology at the National Microbiology Center of the Carlos III Health Institute.