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Six confirmed cases- two have died...2,900 have stayed in the tent cabins since mid June, gestation is 6 weeks
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The state’s Department of Public Health says we should continue with our plans this holiday weekend even if they include camping at Yosemite National Park.

Six confirmed cases of hantavirus there, in which two visitors died, are giving people second-thoughts about playing outdoors.

Tonight, we’re taking a closer look at this potentially fatal disease and what you can do to protect you and your family.

“I’ve never been so sick in my entire life,” said Nicole Lapeyrade, a Placerville resident.

Nicole says for six weeks, she felt she was going to die after staying at Yosemite’s Curry Village in early July.

“My muscles hurt, I had a really bad sore throat, every time I got up, I wanted to pass out,” said Nicole.

Thinking she had the flu or pneumonia, Nicole didn’t see a doctor but because she’s a physician’s assistant, she did get a blood test at her lab.

The results showed she had the antibodies for hantavirus, meaning she was exposed to the virus.

“If this is the hantavirus, I feel extremely lucky,” said Nicole.

Lucky because since hantavirus was first identified in 1993, there have been 587 documented U.S. cases, and about a third were fatal.


Symptoms take one to six weeks to develop. They include fever, headache, muscles aches, dizziness, chills, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain.

Yosemite park officials sent emails and letters to 2,900 visitors who stayed at Curry Village’s Signature Tent Cabins between mid-June and late August.
All 91 of those cabins have now been shut down indefinitely.


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Re: Six confirmed cases- two have died...2,900 have stayed in the tent cabins since mid June, gestation is 6 weeks
Don't play with rat/mice poo.

Then you don't pick up the hantavirus....

We have known about it for a longish while, thus our workers are decked in basic gear like masks, gloves and eye protectors when cleaning out places where there is rat/mice poo.

Dust from the poo is what carries it, thus you shouldn't use a vacuum cleaner (as the dust is fine enough to go through HEPA filters) and you should use a mister spray to mist the poo before using a broom and dustpan.
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Mist that poo....


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Mist that poo....


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Hantavirus...not funny. Your post...Very funny!
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ROFLMFAO

outside doom!!!!!

All the better for Guild Wars 2 players.

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Re: Six confirmed cases- two have died...2,900 have stayed in the tent cabins since mid June, gestation is 6 weeks
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The state’s Department of Public Health says we should continue with our plans this holiday weekend even if they include camping at Yosemite National Park.

Six confirmed cases of hantavirus there, in which two visitors died, are giving people second-thoughts about playing outdoors.

Tonight, we’re taking a closer look at this potentially fatal disease and what you can do to protect you and your family.

“I’ve never been so sick in my entire life,” said Nicole Lapeyrade, a Placerville resident.

Nicole says for six weeks, she felt she was going to die after staying at Yosemite’s Curry Village in early July.

“My muscles hurt, I had a really bad sore throat, every time I got up, I wanted to pass out,” said Nicole.

Thinking she had the flu or pneumonia, Nicole didn’t see a doctor but because she’s a physician’s assistant, she did get a blood test at her lab.

The results showed she had the antibodies for hantavirus, meaning she was exposed to the virus.

“If this is the hantavirus, I feel extremely lucky,” said Nicole.

Lucky because since hantavirus was first identified in 1993, there have been 587 documented U.S. cases, and about a third were fatal.


Symptoms take one to six weeks to develop. They include fever, headache, muscles aches, dizziness, chills, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain.

Yosemite park officials sent emails and letters to 2,900 visitors who stayed at Curry Village’s Signature Tent Cabins between mid-June and late August.
All 91 of those cabins have now been shut down indefinitely.


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On the average day 35 people die from taking pain relievers like aspirin.

Maybe all the shelves should be cleared off of pain relievers. They are way more dangerous than mouse droppings.
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Re: Six confirmed cases- two have died...2,900 have stayed in the tent cabins since mid June, gestation is 6 weeks
So, he doesn't give a rat's ass.banana2
It's easy to find something worth dying for. Do you have anything worth living for?
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Re: Six confirmed cases- two have died...2,900 have stayed in the tent cabins since mid June, gestation is 6 weeks
wonder if the owl population is picking up???
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Re: Six confirmed cases- two have died...2,900 have stayed in the tent cabins since mid June, gestation is 6 weeks
Wow, I had to clean out a pantry filled with mice poo. I'm okay!
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Wow, I had to clean out a pantry filled with mice poo. I'm okay!
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Well, did you mist the poo first?
Occam's Razor, morans!
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CDC now says 10,000 at risk...
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the word gestation makes my skin crawl.
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Mist that poo....


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yes! Mist the Poo, it could go viral, get it?
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I like to mist my own poo. Before i flush.
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I like to mist my own poo. Before i flush.
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It's fresher that way like a fresh "Loaf" of bread.5a
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Coverup. They don't want people in the park. Super volcano doom is on.
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Coverup. They don't want people in the park. Super volcano doom is on.
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Yes, they couldn't just say a volcano is in danger of going off. Better make up a virus scare instead.


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I like to mist my own poo. Before i flush.
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I like to mix mine with some pee, mash it up into a liquid and fill up a spray bottle and literally mist the poo itself.
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Re: Six confirmed cases- two have died...2,900 have stayed in the tent cabins since mid June, gestation is 6 weeks
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The state’s Department of Public Health says we should continue with our plans this holiday weekend even if they include camping at Yosemite National Park.

Six confirmed cases of hantavirus there, in which two visitors died, are giving people second-thoughts about playing outdoors.

Tonight, we’re taking a closer look at this potentially fatal disease and what you can do to protect you and your family.

“I’ve never been so sick in my entire life,” said Nicole Lapeyrade, a Placerville resident.

Nicole says for six weeks, she felt she was going to die after staying at Yosemite’s Curry Village in early July.

“My muscles hurt, I had a really bad sore throat, every time I got up, I wanted to pass out,” said Nicole.

Thinking she had the flu or pneumonia, Nicole didn’t see a doctor but because she’s a physician’s assistant, she did get a blood test at her lab.

The results showed she had the antibodies for hantavirus, meaning she was exposed to the virus.

“If this is the hantavirus, I feel extremely lucky,” said Nicole.

Lucky because since hantavirus was first identified in 1993, there have been 587 documented U.S. cases, and about a third were fatal.


Symptoms take one to six weeks to develop. They include fever, headache, muscles aches, dizziness, chills, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain.

Yosemite park officials sent emails and letters to 2,900 visitors who stayed at Curry Village’s Signature Tent Cabins between mid-June and late August.
All 91 of those cabins have now been shut down indefinitely.


[link to sacramento.cbslocal.com]

[link to www.cdc.gov]
 Quoting: nobody 22944421


On the average day 35 people die from taking pain relievers like aspirin.

Maybe all the shelves should be cleared off of pain relievers. They are way more dangerous than mouse droppings.
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I'm just being stupid here, but, gee, they really ought to make sure there's no Hantavirus in pain relievers.
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CDC now says 10,000 at risk...
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Article summary: 6 known to have gotten it, 2 of which have died. Possibly 10,000 at risk...of which they have been able to contact 3,000. So their could be a lot more people sick and not know why! Not good!!!
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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The state’s Department of Public Health says we should continue with our plans this holiday weekend even if they include camping at Yosemite National Park.

Six confirmed cases of hantavirus there, in which two visitors died, are giving people second-thoughts about playing outdoors.

Tonight, we’re taking a closer look at this potentially fatal disease and what you can do to protect you and your family.

“I’ve never been so sick in my entire life,” said Nicole Lapeyrade, a Placerville resident.

Nicole says for six weeks, she felt she was going to die after staying at Yosemite’s Curry Village in early July.

“My muscles hurt, I had a really bad sore throat, every time I got up, I wanted to pass out,” said Nicole.

Thinking she had the flu or pneumonia, Nicole didn’t see a doctor but because she’s a physician’s assistant, she did get a blood test at her lab.

The results showed she had the antibodies for hantavirus, meaning she was exposed to the virus.

“If this is the hantavirus, I feel extremely lucky,” said Nicole.

Lucky because since hantavirus was first identified in 1993, there have been 587 documented U.S. cases, and about a third were fatal.


Symptoms take one to six weeks to develop. They include fever, headache, muscles aches, dizziness, chills, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain.

Yosemite park officials sent emails and letters to 2,900 visitors who stayed at Curry Village’s Signature Tent Cabins between mid-June and late August.
All 91 of those cabins have now been shut down indefinitely.


[link to sacramento.cbslocal.com]

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 Quoting: nobody 22944421


On the average day 35 people die from taking pain relievers like aspirin.

Maybe all the shelves should be cleared off of pain relievers. They are way more dangerous than mouse droppings.
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I'm just being stupid here, but, gee, they really ought to make sure there's no Hantavirus in pain relievers.
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Or how about making sure there's no rat poison in the water.
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I like to mist my own poo. Before i flush.
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It's fresher that way like a fresh "Loaf" of bread.5a
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Hanna Montana virus?!!
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Re: Six confirmed cases- two have died...2,900 have stayed in the tent cabins since mid June, gestation is 6 weeks
Don't play with rat/mice poo.

Then you don't pick up the hantavirus....

We have known about it for a longish while, thus our workers are decked in basic gear like masks, gloves and eye protectors when cleaning out places where there is rat/mice poo.

Dust from the poo is what carries it, thus you shouldn't use a vacuum cleaner (as the dust is fine enough to go through HEPA filters) and you should use a mister spray to mist the poo before using a broom and dustpan.
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i heard its from the pee too,we have had many cases here in chile,scarey sickness and too easy to catch.ohno
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so when do THE lawsuits begin ?
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...rat shit crazy !...
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Re: Six confirmed cases- two have died...2,900 have stayed in the tent cabins since mid June, gestation is 6 weeks
On Ice Road Truckers several weeks back Rick Possibly Gets
Hantavirus : Rick Yemm, from History Channel's Ice Road Truckers, caught Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS) because a deer mouse (Peromyscus maniculatus) had invaded his truck. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 30% of deer mice have the virus that causes HPS in humans. Breathing in dust contaminated with mouse urine or feces infected Rick with Hantavirus.

Other methods of transfer include direct contact with infected rodents' urine, feces, or corpse. Generally, mice avoid human contact so the disease is seldom transmitted through bites, but this is a possibility.

Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome Symptoms

Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome is a serious respiratory disease that is fatal in approximately 36% of cases, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Early symptoms, such as muscle aches, fatigue, and fever, usually develop within one to five weeks after exposure. Some people experience headaches, dizziness, and digestive problems, including abdominal pain, vomiting, and diarrhea. Many people believe they have the stomach flu and do not seek medical attention.

The respiratory symptoms -- shortness of breath and coughing -- develop in the last stages of the disease. Typically, this is four to ten days after the first symptoms.

According to the CDC, as of December 31, 2011, doctors have diagnosed 587 cases of Hantavirus in the United States.

No Cure or Vaccine Available

In late 2012, researchers are trying to find a vaccine or serum but have not developed a treatment or vaccine. People who receive medical care early in the disease's progress generally do well. Most physicians place infected patients in intensive care units for comprehensive oxygen therapy.

People who get the flu-like symptoms and reside in rural or semi-rural areas should see a health practitioner and tell them of the possible exposure to Hantavirus.

How to Lower the Risk of Catching Hantavirus

The CDC advises that people exterminate any rodents in and near living or working facilities. Many of the people who contracted Hantavirus lived or worked in mouse-infested places. Deer mice are not the only carriers of the virus, although they are the major carriers.

Farmers, landscapers, and others who are frequently near fields, woods, and places where deer mice inhabit should be extra vigilant. Campers also should keep their campsites, tents, and campers clean enough to not attract the rodents.

This article at MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia, from the U.S. National Library of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health, has more tips, including tips for campers and people who are cleaning buildings that may be mouse-ridden.

A Team of Health Experts Discovered the Disease in the US

In 1993, several unrelated, yet similar, deaths occurred at Four Corners in the southwestern United States. Local health practitioners realized that at least five healthy, young residents had died of acute respiratory failure and engaged the CDC and other agencies to help isolate the cause.

Nineteen years later, in August 2012, two unrelated visitors to Curry Village at Yosemite National Park in California may have contracted Hantavirus at the park. One man died from the disease, while doctors expect the woman to survive.
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So if the symptoms are like the flue I guess we could call this....

POO FLU!
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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The state’s Department of Public Health says we should continue with our plans this holiday weekend even if they include camping at Yosemite National Park.

Six confirmed cases of hantavirus there, in which two visitors died, are giving people second-thoughts about playing outdoors.

Tonight, we’re taking a closer look at this potentially fatal disease and what you can do to protect you and your family.

“I’ve never been so sick in my entire life,” said Nicole Lapeyrade, a Placerville resident.

Nicole says for six weeks, she felt she was going to die after staying at Yosemite’s Curry Village in early July.

“My muscles hurt, I had a really bad sore throat, every time I got up, I wanted to pass out,” said Nicole.

Thinking she had the flu or pneumonia, Nicole didn’t see a doctor but because she’s a physician’s assistant, she did get a blood test at her lab.

The results showed she had the antibodies for hantavirus, meaning she was exposed to the virus.

“If this is the hantavirus, I feel extremely lucky,” said Nicole.

Lucky because since hantavirus was first identified in 1993, there have been 587 documented U.S. cases, and about a third were fatal.


Symptoms take one to six weeks to develop. They include fever, headache, muscles aches, dizziness, chills, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain.

Yosemite park officials sent emails and letters to 2,900 visitors who stayed at Curry Village’s Signature Tent Cabins between mid-June and late August.
All 91 of those cabins have now been shut down indefinitely.


[link to sacramento.cbslocal.com]

[link to www.cdc.gov]
 Quoting: nobody 22944421


This is the same kind of symptoms anyone would have if they were exposed to unknown amounts of radioactive iodine, cesium, xenon, strontium, etc.
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the word gestation makes my skin crawl.
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cruise Yeah, it kinda conjures up that kinda reaction, doesn't it?
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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The state’s Department of Public Health says we should continue with our plans this holiday weekend even if they include camping at Yosemite National Park.

Six confirmed cases of hantavirus there, in which two visitors died, are giving people second-thoughts about playing outdoors.

Tonight, we’re taking a closer look at this potentially fatal disease and what you can do to protect you and your family.

“I’ve never been so sick in my entire life,” said Nicole Lapeyrade, a Placerville resident.

Nicole says for six weeks, she felt she was going to die after staying at Yosemite’s Curry Village in early July.

“My muscles hurt, I had a really bad sore throat, every time I got up, I wanted to pass out,” said Nicole.

Thinking she had the flu or pneumonia, Nicole didn’t see a doctor but because she’s a physician’s assistant, she did get a blood test at her lab.

The results showed she had the antibodies for hantavirus, meaning she was exposed to the virus.

“If this is the hantavirus, I feel extremely lucky,” said Nicole.

Lucky because since hantavirus was first identified in 1993, there have been 587 documented U.S. cases, and about a third were fatal.


Symptoms take one to six weeks to develop. They include fever, headache, muscles aches, dizziness, chills, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain.

Yosemite park officials sent emails and letters to 2,900 visitors who stayed at Curry Village’s Signature Tent Cabins between mid-June and late August.
All 91 of those cabins have now been shut down indefinitely.


[link to sacramento.cbslocal.com]

[link to www.cdc.gov]
 Quoting: nobody 22944421


This is the same kind of symptoms anyone would have if they were exposed to unknown amounts of radioactive iodine, cesium, xenon, strontium, etc.
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