US Michigan Reports First Human Hantavirus Case Woman Contracted Deadly Respiratory Disease
- There is now a danger of Hantavirus infection in the US city of Michigan.
- A woman in Michigan may have been infected with the hantavirus while cleaning the house.
- It is being told that this woman came in contact with rats and got the virus from them.
In the midst of the Corona virus catastrophe, there is now a danger of Hantavirus infection in Michigan, America. A woman in Michigan may have been infected with the hantavirus. The infected woman has been admitted to the hospital in a serious condition. It is being told that this woman came in contact with rats and from them the virus entered the woman.
Michigan health officials said on Monday that the Washtenau County woman was hospitalized in critical condition after suffering a lung problem. It is being told that the woman was cleaning the house and during this time she got the Hanta virus infection from rats. As of January 2017, there were 728 cases of hantavirus in the US. US officials have been monitoring the virus since 1993.
what is hantavirus
Earlier in Yunnan, China, one person died due to Hanta virus. According to experts, the hantavirus is spread due to contact with rats and squirrels. According to the research done so far, this virus does not spread through the air and neither person to person. But if a person comes in contact with a rat or squirrel, then he or she is at increased risk of contracting the hantavirus. Hantavirus causes hantavirus disease in people, due to which a person can also die.
What are the symptoms of Hanta virus
You can easily recognize the symptoms of hantavirus. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, when a person is infected with the hantavirus, he has a fever above 101 degrees, his muscles are sore and he also feels headache. Along with this, a person infected with Hantavirus also has problems of nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain. Along with this, red rash also starts emerging on the skin.
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