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The coronavirus (Kovid-19), which appeared in Wuhan, China in the last days of 2019, continues to affect the world.
Especially after the Delta variant, which appeared in India, the number of cases around the world has increased significantly.
Before the world recovered from the shock of the coronavirus and its variants, it was shaken by news from India.
According to reports in the British newspaper The Sun, a 12-year-old boy has died in the Indian state of Kerala from the Nipah virus transmitted by bats.
20 PEOPLE AT “HIGH RISK”
188 people who have been in contact with the deceased child have been identified, 20 of these people have been classified as “high risk”.
It has been stated that these 20 people will be sent to Kozhikode Medical College. Experts have asked other contacts to isolate themselves at their homes.
Nipah is considered one of the most dangerous viruses in the world because it is 75 times more deadly than Kovid-19.
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BEWARE OF THESE SYMPTMS
The outbreak, which was first observed in pig farms in Malaysia in the late 1990s, is characterized by flu-like symptoms such as fever, headache, myalgia (myalgia), vomiting and headache. throat.
IS THERE A TREATMENT FOR THE NIPAH VIRUS?
There is no treatment or vaccine available for humans or animals against Nipah virus. The primary treatment for humans is supportive care.
On the other hand, the number of Kovid-19 cases rose to 221 million 842,000, the number of those who lost their lives to 4,586,000 and the number of those who recovered to 198 million 442,000.
The number of cases has exceeded 40 million 808,000 in the United States, 33 million 57,000 in India, 20 million 890,000 in Brazil and 7 million 30,000 in Russia.
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