That first one, no buenoAin't no turning back now bb. As discussed early 2020, and a handful of times before that: as we keep opening up eons of stores shit by way of destroying the permafrost, we're effectively opening up Pandora's box with the same effect of "a butterfly flaps it's wings in Africa which causes a tornado in Tucson"
The virus causes a neuroinvasive disease that has no treatment, vaccine, or cure. Early symptoms include headache, fever, nausea, and weakness — similar to other tick-borne illnesses. But Powassan is different from most tick diseases because it has an extremely high mortality rate: One in 10 peoplewho develop the acute form of the illness die. Half of those who survive a severe bout of Powassan have long-term health issues such as recurring headaches, loss of muscle mass and strength, and memory problems.