The NEPA-virus and the new deadly viruses.
Nipah virus is a zoonotic virus that spreads to humans from animals. This disease firstly emerged in Malaysia and Singapore in 1999. But, now, those outbreaks are very common in other parts of Asia, including Bangladesh and India.
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It can cause many symptoms in people, including death.
NEPA virus-host at the infected fruit bats, flying foxes. They can spread the virus to various other animals such as pigs, horses, goats, sheep, etc., until the virus reaches the people.
One infected human can spread the virus to other people via:
Direct contact with infected animals or the fluids from their bodies (like blood, pee, or saliva)
Food contaminated with infected animals’ body fluids
Close contact with an infected person or their body fluids (like nasal or respiratory droplets, pee, or blood)
Some NEPA-infected people are asymptomatic, and they don’t have any symptoms that could indicate they are infected.
But, some of the symptoms will appear within 4 to 14 days of contact with the virus and will cause symptoms such as fever, headache, cough, sore throat, difficulty breathing, and vomiting.
Take a look at the video below and see what the latest findings are.