Outbreak Of Typhus In Los Angeles Spreads To City Hall – May Have To Remove All Carpets From Building

Los Angeles has a homeless problem, which led to a rodent problem, and now they have a typhus problem. In fact, it has gotten so bad that city hall has now been affected and the carpets may have to be removed from the massive building.

KTLA News reports:

Downtown L.A. Typhus Outbreak Spreads to City Hall, May Force Removal of All Carpets

All carpets at Los Angeles City Hall may need to be replaced amid a Typhus outbreak that may have infected one city employee while at work, according to a motion filed by Council President Herb Wesson on Wednesday.

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Wesson first became aware of a vermin issue in November 2018, contacted pest control experts and removed all his office’s carpets, according to the motion.

The motion reported cleanup issues and a noticeable increase in rodents in the area, which could have contributed to the outbreak.

Los Angeles county health officials first reported a Typhus outbreak in downtown Los Angeles in October 2018, the year there were 142 Typhus cases in Los Angeles County alone, according to a study by the California Department of Public Health.

Typhus is a deadly bacterial disease that is typically transmitted through fleas that have been infected by rodents.

Symptoms include high fever, chills, headaches, muscle aches, rashes, and in some severe cases, internal bleeding. The disease can be treated with antibiotics, according to the California Department of Public Health.

This is horrible and it’s ultimately going to affect taxpayers who will be burdened with paying for the cost to fix city hall.

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