Wednesday, March 25, 2020

After Coronavirus, New Hantavirus Disease Kills China


A Chinese citizen has died after being found with the Hanta virus (Hantavirus) on a bus while traveling to Shandong. In addition, the 32 people on board the bus are undergoing screening for the virus.

According to the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the virus, known as the "New World" (New World) in the United States, is transmitted by rats and causes various human diseases to affect the respiratory system.

The virus is transmitted from animals through the air and is also transmitted through the urine, saliva, and rarely through the bite of an animal with these pests.

Hantavirus has occurred when China conflicts with Coronavirus which caused 3,277 deaths in the country, especially in the Wuhn city of Hubei province.

More than 386,350 incidents have been reported in 175 countries since its inception in China.