Plasencia (Cáceres) (EFE).- The National Association of Environmental Health Companies (Anecpla) has warned that this week’s extreme heat wave will “trigger” the plague of ticks, which has become one of the most dangerous from Spanish territory.
In a note, the association has stressed that “the threat is served” with populations that multiply “at the speed of gunpowder with the heat” and with a high capacity for the transmission of potentially fatal zoonoses, such as Crimean hemorrhagic fever. Congo, Lyme disease or transmitted encephalitis, to name just a few.
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