Students from Kisii University, Kenya and the general public at large have been warned against kissing carelessly due to an outbreak of Human papilloma virus, which has seen several people admitted at Kisii level 5 hospital after testing positive to the disease.
HPV is an infectious viral disease which causes mouth cancer and is transmitted through infected body fluids and that’s why people have been warned against kissing anyhow they want.
The symptoms include a sore throat, severe headache, High fever, Vomit and abdominal pains.
“We were told that public health officers from this area are working round the clock to know the root cause of this. But we are being advised even on WhatsApp groups to avoid kissing and exchanging body fluids,” A third year public health student from Kisii University lamented.
The HPV is gradually circulating Kenya and gradually making its way into the Southern parts of Africa and will soon hit Africa at large.
Africans are believed to travel a lot to all parts of the world. So if proper awareness is not created, this is likely to hit the whole world in no distance time.
You are hereby advised to warn and inform family members, friends, well-wishers and colleagues about this deadly disease that kills faster than HIV/AIDS.
”Please make sure this warning gets to your loved ones,” the third year student concluded.