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Hantavirus-What are the symptoms of Hantavirus


The fear of Corona virus worldwide (hantavirus syndrome symptoms) has also raised the concerns of the people.

There is news of death of a person on March 23 in China due to Laughing virus.

According to the news of Global Times, 32 people have been investigated in the bus in which the person infected with Hanta virus was boarded.

According to the CDC report, the virus is transmitted from mice.

If a person puts his hand on his face after touching the feces or urine or saliva of mice, then there is an increased chance of getting infected.

However, the virus generally does not pass from person to person. It may take one to eight weeks for the infection to be detected.

If a person is infected with laughter, he may suffer from fever, pain, cold, body pain, vomiting.

If the condition of the infected person worsens, there may be difficulty in filling the lungs with water and breathing.

In January 2019, nine people infected with Lanta died in Patagonia. After this, tourists were also warned.

According to an estimate then, there were 60 cases of people infected with the Hanta virus, out of which 50 were quarantined.

According to the CDC, death rate in Hanta virus is 38% and there is no ‘specific treatment’ of this disease.


What are the symptoms of hantavirus


You can easily identify the symptoms of Hanta virus. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, when a person is infected with the Hanta virus, he has fever above 101 degrees, his muscles ache and he also feels a headache. Along with this, a person infected with the Huta virus also has nausea, vomiting and stomach ache problems. At the same time red rash also appears on the skin.

Scientists are constantly studying to prevent its infection. It has also been said by doctors that people need not panic, because it is spread only through exposure to rats and squirrels. However, India has also not remained untouched by the Hanta virus. There have been two such cases in 2008 and 2016. As a precaution, you should also keep a distance from the rats and squirrels around you.

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