Hantavirus: The world has not yet recovered from the coronavirus. More than four lakh people have infected worldwide due to this deadly virus, while the death toll has crossed 16 Thousand. Given this, it has locked in India till 14 April. Meanwhile, another dangerous virus infection has started spreading panic in China, which has also taken a life.
The virus named Hantavirus, which has killed one in Yunnan province of China. He was travelling to Shandong province, and his body found on a bus. Therefore, the other 32 people on board the bus also investigated.
How Hantavirus Spreads?
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the virus spread by rodents such as mice and squirrels. Hantavirus does not spread from one person to another, but after the mice have come in contact with urine or origin, if the person touches it and later puts the same hand on the eyes, nose or mouth, then it becomes vulnerable. Can.
The virus does not spread through the air, yet the corona is more dangerous than the illness. A person infected with the virus may have headaches, body aches, abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhoea and fever. If not treated in time, the patient’s lungs may get filled with water, and he may have trouble breathing, which can eventually kill him.
According to the CDC, website Hantavirus called ‘New World’ Hantavirus in the US. And it can cause hantavirus pulmonary syndrome (HPS). The other Hantavirus is called the ‘Old World’ virus and is found mostly in Europe and Asia, causing hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS).
Spreads In Three Ways
According to the CDC website, the infection spreads in three ways. Pahala, if a rat carrying the virus bites a human. Second, the rat comes in contact with faeces or urine or saliva present at some place or thing and touches its nose and mouth. And third, if a human eats something on which the rat’s urine or urine is present.