Typhus is not transmitted person-to-person; flea-borne typhus can spread to people from infected fleas and their feces. Typhus infection can be prevented through flea control measures on pets, using insect repellent to avoid flea bites, and clearing areas that can attract wild or stray animals like cats, rats and opossums, according to the Department of Public Health. Symptoms of typhus include high fever, chills, headache, muscle aches and rash and can be treated with antibiotics. Health officials in October announced there was a typhus outbreak in Los Angeles County, including in the downtown area of Skid Row, where an estimated 2,000 homeless people sleep. – Townhall.com

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