With the hunt for one of the dead Chinese Hanta virus tested positive, there have been many rumors that a new and deadly virus will emerge in cyberspace. Let’s check.
What is Hanta virus and how dangerous is | Differences with Corona
Hanta virus is not a new virus and has been recognized by experts for many years; the origin of Hanta virus is a rat’s stool and is actually transmitted to humans when the stool of the mouse is in contact with the patient’s eye for any reason. The virus is not contagious and cannot be transmitted from person to person, and according to NHS statistics, one out of every 13 million people is likely to develop Hanta, which is much less likely to be affected by lightning strikes.
To prevent the virus, you need to be careful about cleaning the areas where the mouse is likely to be. Symptoms of Hanta virus include severe fever, dry cough, and muscle aches, which are almost similar to those of corona. Nausea, shortness of breath, and headache are other symptoms of the virus that appear in the person after 2 days.
In the end, do not ignore the rumors of the Hanta virus outbreak because it is by no means dangerous to the extent of corona and has claimed the lives of a rare sample in China. China has a lot of exposure to certain animals, such as bats and mice, and so on, as the source of the corona virus was a bat, the origin of the Hanta disease is mice.