Hantavirus – Real Truth Of This Virus.

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You guys will shock when I’ll tell about the real truth of a trending virus named “Hantavirus“. This news is fake that this is a new virus. According to a report of the CDC(Center Of Disease Control & Prevention), the first case of this virus was found in 1995. The total number of cases of this virus is only 12.

Here is the reports:

Real Truth Of “Hanta Virus”:

Since 24 March 2020, a virus is trending on Twitter named Hanta Virus. Now I’m going to tell the real truth of this virus. According to social media, this virus is 10 times harmful from Corona Virus but this news is totally fake. And One more important news is that this virus does not spread through one person to another person. This virus spreads from getting contact with rodents.

So Stop Spreading Fake News & Fight Against Corona. Stay Home Stay Safe.

The whole world is trying to find the medicine of The Corona Virus, but there is no solution. According to the report of CDC (Center of Disease Control & Prevention) a person died in China’s Yunnan province due to a new Virus named Hantavirus.

According to the report of CDC ( Center of Disease Control & Prevention ).A Hantavirus is a group of viruses .that spread mainly by Rodents and cause various disease syndromes in people.

Effects on Humans:

  • Cause Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome in American Countries.
  • Cause Hemorrhagic Fever With Renal Syndrome in European & Asian countries.

What is Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome?

This is a severe, respiratory disease in human beings caused by infection with Hantavirus.

The person who comes in contact with rodents that carry Hantavirus is at risk of HPS. Rodents are the main source of infection in the home they go from one home to another home which increases the chance of the virus spread. There are very rare cases of person to person transmission of this virus.

How It Spreads:

Every Hantavirus serotype has a specific rodent host species. It spread in the people via shed in urine which contains an aerosolized virus, feces, saliva, and rarely by a bite from an infected rodent. If children are playing games and rodents bite them than there is a risk of spread of this virus.

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