The Girl Spread Coronavirus In The World By Eating Bats?

CoronaVirus China Girl Eating Bat

The coronavirus has now reached India. Two suspected cases have been reported in Mumbai. At the moment, they are being tested. So far, 26 people have died in China due to the deadly coronavirus, while 830 people are infected.

Meanwhile, a video is going viral on social media claiming that the coronavirus was spread through a Chinese girl who ate bats.

According to a report in the Daily Mail, the video of a girl eating bats and drinking her soup is going viral. With this video, the message is becoming viral that after eating bats, the coronavirus developed in the girl, which spread to people.

Coronavirus From Bat

At the same time, a Chinese scientist has claimed that Coronavirus is spread among people through snakes and bats.

There is a market of such animals in Wuhan, China where snakes, bats, marmots, birds, rabbits, etc. are sold. People of China eat these creatures.

Scientists believe that the virus of SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome), which spreads from bats, spread to people through snakes.

It is known that 9 cities including Wuhan have been closed due to fear of Coronavirus in China. More than 700 Indian students study in Wuhan.

What is Coronavirus

Coronavirus belongs to the family of viruses. The virus is also entering many animals, including camels, cats, and bats. According to the World Health Organization, the coronavirus is linked to c-food.

What Are Its Symptoms

Early symptoms like cold, cough, sore throat, difficulty in breathing, fever are seen in patients with coronavirus. After this, these symptoms turn into pneumonia and damage the kidneys. There is a serious type of infection in the lungs.

So far, no vaccine has been prepared to get rid of this virus. But based on its symptoms, doctors are using other essential medicines in its treatment. However, its medicine is also being discovered now.

These Are The Preventive Measures

  1. Clean your hands with soap and water or alcohol with hand rub.
  2. When coughing and sneezing, cover your nose and mouth with a tissue or bent elbow.
  3. Avoid making close contact with people who have cold or flu-like symptoms.
  4. Apart from this, cook food well, eat only after cooking meats and eggs. Reduce exposure to animals.

Confirmation Of An Outbreak In 10 Countries

Coronavirus has been confirmed to spread in 10 countries of the world, its suspects are found in many countries, including two suspects in India. An Indian citizen has also come under the grip of the virus spreading in China.

Arrived in Europe

As well In France, there have been two cases of infection with the coronavirus, in such a situation it has knocked in Europe.

Hospitalized people

In France: Three cases of virus-infected cases have been confirmed in France. Here the first case was found in Southwestern City, while the second case was found in Paris. While the third person is a relative of the victims.

The Critical Situation in China

China has stopped the arrival of 40 million citizens of its 15 cities. A part of the China Wall has closed. So far, 41 people have been confirmed dead by the government, and the number of affected is said to be close to 926.

The Number May Increase

According to experts, the number of affected can be more than four thousand in China. Sources of the virus The number of such cities in China is constantly increasing, where the movement of people being banned.

The World Health Organization has still not declared a state of emergency for the world. He has only described it as an emergency for China.

Coronavirus Alert In India!

In India also, after checking hundreds of people, 12 people have admitted to hospitals. The maximum 7 of these patients are in Kerala, 3 in Mumbai and 1-1 in Hyderabad, Bangalore. These people have recently returned from China and Hong Kong.

According to a Health Ministry official, so far passengers of 96 aircraft coming from different countries have been examined. All 20 thousand 844 passengers aboard these aircraft have found completely safe from the Coronavirus.