Virus LQP-79 Public Announcement
As of June 2nd, 2012 an alert has been issued by the Center of
Disease Deterrence for a recently discovered virus labeled LQP-79. The
virus is in connection to the recent cannibalistic attacks in Florida,
New York and Massachusetts.
LQP-79 was discovered after toxicology results from autopsies in the
three separate incidents were found to be inconclusive. The virus was
later found after a blood analysis revealed an significantly low white
blood cell count in two of the three individuals. CDD officials
Investigations indicate the only connection between the three attacks
was the Miami International Airport port of entry utilized on Wednesday
May 30, 2012.
At this time there is no indication that this virus is airborne,
however, caution should be taken if a person is suspected of being
infected. The CDD and other government agencies are trying to determine
the source of this virus and method of transmission.
Individuals who have contracted the virus have been reported to have
mild symptoms within a period of 72 hours from suspected exposure. These
symptoms include high fever, vomiting, coughing, chest pains, increased
blood pressure, increased heart rate. More severe symptoms indicate the
virus may no longer be localized may have spread throughout the body.
Behaviorally, infected persons have exhibited reactions similarly to
individuals exposed to synthetic stimulants mephedrone, MDPV, and
methylone which are commonly associated with “bath salts”. Agitation,
hallucinations, extreme paranoia, and delusions are a few of the
reported symptoms of the infected. The similarity of behaviors have made
the diagnosis of LQP-79 difficult in new cases.
Monitoring for viral activity is ongoing and clinicians and state health
departments should continue to follow state and national guidance for
submission and testing of clinical specimens from persons with suspected
initial LQP-79 virus infection.
More information will be issued as it becomes available on the official LQP Virus website:
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