Tomato fever comes from Kerala, a densely populated state in southwestern India. The virus has no known cause at the moment, India Today reports. “It’s not a deadly disease, but it’s contagious and can spread from person to person,” said Dr. Subhash Chandra, an assistant professor of internal medicine at the Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences. , in Kochi.
Surprisingly, several virologists are unaware of this infection with TF1info. Prof. Antoine Flahault, Director of the Global Institute of Health in Geneva, Switzerland, confirms that it is an endemic disease of the Indian state of Kerala, which has not left the Indian subcontinent, according to him.
In addition to rashes, patients have other symptoms such as nausea, diarrhea, high fever, cough, sneezing, runny nose, joint pain, stomach cramps and vomiting. “The Indian Express” reports even in some cases, food and food can change color.