Everything you need to know
The rotavirus is an intestinal virus that causes diarrhoea and other symptoms. It’s highly contagious and the leading cause of diarrhoea in newborns and young children around the world. A rotavirus has a circular form when viewed under a microscope. The virus’s name comes from the Latin word “rota,” which means “wheel.”
The infects the stomach and intestines, causing inflammation. In newborns, young children, and some adults, it can cause severe diarrhoea, vomiting, fever, belly pain, and dehydration.
Medications can assist with the symptoms, but rotavirus has no cure. HPV is possible that even children who have been vaccinated against it will contract it more than once.