Langya Virus: The world is battling with epidemics like corona virus and monkeypox. Their danger from the people has not yet been averted. In such a situation, a new virus has knocked. It is being told that this virus has once again put the whole world in trouble. In China, this new virus named ‘Zonotic Longya’ has started wreaking havoc.
So far 35 people have come in the grip
According to foreign media reports, 35 people have been infected with this new virus in China. Also, there is a possibility that the cases of this new infection may increase in the coming days. At the same time, the Health Administration of China has said on this that all these patients do not have any contact with each other. This virus can be spread from animals.
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This thing came out in the study
At the same time, according to a media report, this virus has been studied. It has been said in the study that this virus is not human-to-human transmission. However, the study does not claim that the virus does not spread from person to person. In such a situation, people have been asked to remain alert till more information about this new virus comes.
According to the report, a survey was conducted on domestic animals, in which 2% cases were found in goats and 5% in dogs. Test results on 25 wild animal species suggest that mosses are more likely to transmit the ‘zoonotic longia’ virus.
These symptoms found in patients
Experts say that out of 35 patients found in China, 26 have been found to have symptoms like cough, fever, fatigue, loss of appetite, muscle pain, headache. Some of these symptoms are similar to corona. It has also been told that there is currently no vaccine or therapy available to protect against this virus.
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