If you are not taking good care of yourself then there’s a very bad news for you, as you already know that Coronavirus is killing people from all around the world and many countries are currently under lockdown, since while the new “HantaVirus” is been detected while a man died in China and the reason was Hantavirus.
- Low Blood Pressure
- Acute shock
- Vascular leakage
- Abdominal problems
- Acute kidney failure
If you have any of above, please seek medical care right now, if you are not taking good care of you, please start taking care of yourself, follow basic Precautions to Stay safe from Coronavirus #Covid19 and stay safe and healthy.
But the Good News about Hantavirus is:
That hantavirus does not spread from one person to another, but still coronavirus is spreading from person to person so be cautious of this and do not meet people unnecessary, avoid going out, it’s very tough time on all over the world.
Still, we have to be more careful as we don’t know what is the exact spreading way of Hantavirus is, so please avoid unnecessary things to stay safe, secure and healthy.
Where Hantavirus comes from?
According to “CDC” (Centers of Disease Control & prevention) hantaviruses are a family of viruses spread mainly by Rodents and can cause many diseases.
Is the Vaccine of HantaVirus available?
Yes, vaccine of Hantavirus is available but why to wait if get effected and rely on medicine is available? why not follow precautions?
Is Coronavirus & Hantavirus same type of viruses?
And the answer to this is NO, but in some cases symptoms match very close enough for a person to recognize weather it’s corona or hanta, so if you are suffering from any of above symptoms even very small amount, do not waste your time and wait for something big to happen, Seek Medical Care right away.
Some Hantaviruses causes Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome “HPS” and some as Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome “HFRS” and mostly found in Europe & Asia.
How exactly it Spreads?
Hantavirus is not airborne and can only spread to people if they come in contact with urine, feces, and saliva of rodents and less frequently by a bite from an infected host.