7 dead, 60 infected – China struggles to contain outbreak of new virus that can potentially spread between humans

China Outbreak

As the world still struggles to overcome the coronavirus pandemic, a new virus from China has arrived, this new virus has started attacking China fatally and experts alert the world to get cautious. As the world fights the deadly Corona virus, there is a new virus that has come to scare the world and this virus too has been reported to come from China. A new infectious disease caused by a tick-borne virus has killed over seven people and infected 60 others in China, official media here reported on Wednesday, warning about the possibility of its human-to-human transmission. More than 37 people in East China’s Jiangsu Province contracted with the SFTS Virus in the first half of the year. Later, 23 people were found to have been infected in East China’s Anhui province, state-run Global Times quoted media reports.

A woman from Nanjing, capital of Jiangsu, who suffered from the virus showed onset of symptoms such as fever, coughing. Doctors found a decline of leukocyte, blood platelet inside of her body. After a month of treatment, she was discharged from the hospital. At least seven people have died in Anhui and East China’s Zhejiang province due to the virus, the report said. SFTS Virus is not a new virus. China has isolated pathogen of the virus in 2011, and it belongs to the Bunyavirus category. Virologists believe that the infection may have been passed on to humans by ticks and that the virus can be transmitted between humans, it said. Sheng Jifang, a doctor from the first affiliated hospital under Zhejiang University, said that the possibility of human-to-human transmission could not be excluded; patients can pass the virus to others via blood or mucous.

Doctors warned that tick bite is the major transmission route, as long as people remain cautious, there’s no need to over panic over such virus contagion, it said. The first cases of novel coronavirus infection were noticed in the Wuhan city of China in December 2019 and within a few weeks it spread across the world creating a global catastrophe. The outbreak of another new virus in China is alarming to the world and the experts are of the opinion that countries must get cautious of this virus lest it caused an onset of another pandemic.  – National Herald

China Quarantine

China has sealed off a village in Baotou city in Inner Mongolia after a resident died of the deadly Bubonic plague — the second case reported from the country since July. … It can kill an adult in less than 24 hours if not treated in time, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). “The death was reported to health authorities in Baotou city on Sunday and the victim was confirmed to be a Bubonic plague patient on Thursday,” a CNN report stated. –The Print

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4 Responses to 7 dead, 60 infected – China struggles to contain outbreak of new virus that can potentially spread between humans

  1. Judy Clarke says:

    This will not affect the world if borders are kept shut. Any international flights WILL spread it, as I believe it is there intention to spread it. so keep the worlds borders closed and stop international flights. They have falsified record in the past. All it will take is someone travelling being given some of the virus and it will spread. So lock China down completely.

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  2. Dennis E.S says:

    Well, since no one is flying in and out of China, it should not come here to The U.S.,Yes?


  3. niebo says:

    O Gawd!!


  4. Bryon Reinhart says:

    Bom China off the face of the Earth!


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