The disease is most prevalent in the districts of Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa, Matara, and Hambantota and was recently reported from Mirigama.
Symptoms include incurable wounds and leishmaniasis infections that invade the body after being bitten by an insect. The health industry pointed out.
Sandflies are small blood-sucking insects (much smaller than mosquitoes) that breed and breed in moths, mud walls, and Burrows.
Even during the day, sand flies rest mostly on the walls of the toilet in the kitchen, on the walls of the shower, on pets (dog cages) (dog cages). This sand flies are infected with the protozoan parasite Leishmaniasis, which ingests blood and infects the human body by ingesting tissue under the skin at the site of infection. Sandflies also strike on the face, head, and limbs at night. They are woodland areas.
Whether it is treated early (if there are minor lesions) and the parasites are not removed, leishmaniasis cannot be stopped from being a major lesion.
The sand flies bite mostly at night and in the morning according to currently available entomological evidence. The maximum bite times often vary between regions.
As with insects, sand flying gives us the scent of carbon dioxide to suck blood. There is thus a way of guarding against and strokes by using a repellent such as pagiri oil at night.
In countries such as India, Bangladesh, and Nepal, where people are more likely to die because of internal organ injury, the disease is endemic.
There are reportedly about 2,500 patients, although the figure is likely to be much higher by physicians.