nipah


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nipa
nipah-pálmi
nipa

nipah

(ˈniːpə) noun
a tropical palm tree with large feathery leaves used for thatching, mats etc.
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Summary: Kochi (Kerala) [India] July 24 (ANI/BusinessWire): After a 53-day hospital stay, 23-year-old Nipah patient has discharged from Aster Medcity on Tuesday.
Since its discovery in 1999, Nipah virus has been reported almost yearly in Southeast Asia, with Bangladesh and India the hardest hit.
In 'Virus', director Aashiq Abu niftily adopts a procedural, almost clinical, approach to chronicle his state's response to the deadly 2018 Nipah virus outbreak in Kozhikode district in Kerala.
Summary: About 311 people are under observation after they showed early symptoms of the Nipah virus.
NEW DELHI, June 4 (KUNA) -- Indian health authorities said on Tuesday that the deadly Nipah virus has reared its head again in the south Indian state of Kerala.
The sudden outbreaks of Nipah virus infection has led to the development of the Nipah virus testing market.
Summary: The sudden outbreaks of Nipah virus infection has led to the development of the Nipah virus testing market.
Nipah virus (NiV) was first reported from Malaysia in 1999 (I).
Officials had then declared the outbreak of Nipah (NiV) virus as an emergency, comparing it to Ebola.
The ban was imposed in June this year following reports of the outbreak of Nipah virus in the state.
Qatari authorities have lifted the temporary ban on fresh, chilled and frozen vegetables and fruits from India, imposed towards the end of May this year, following reports of the outbreak of Nipah virus in a northern Kerala district.
The Ministry of Health (MoH) has lifted travel advisory to Kozhikode and Malappuram in the south Indian state of Kerala after official declaration of the end of epidemic Nipah virus.