Mononucleosis, aka “mono” is a common viral infection caused by the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV). Mononucleosis symptoms can include fever and sore throat, infection of the liver, lymph nodes and mouth. Swelling of the lymph glands in the neck are the classic symptom. While not considered a dangerous disease, mononucleosis is very contagious and has serious symptoms of fatigue and tiredness which can last for several months.
Normally, HIV symptoms are non-existent in individuals who have recently become infected by the HIV virus. But, within a couple of months from contracting the HIV virus, it is very likely that they will exhibit signs very similar to symptoms of the flu. The HIV symptoms will rapidly grow to include high temperature and fever, extreme headache, fatigue and overall body ache. It is also common to find enlarged lymph nodes that are easy to detect in the neck and groin region.
Public illness, coupled with a lacking policy on cleanliness procedures may have allowed an outbreak of norovirus on board a Princess Cruise ship to become more dangerous than it otherwise would have been, and then infected the crew and passengers. Princess Cruise Ship’s policy allows it to clean the ships thoroughly and return them to service. In such cases, passengers are notified of the outbreak, the cleaning and advised of protective measures to help prevent future outbreaks.