September 29, 2021

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India has identified the Nipah virus in two rapidly expanding bat species of the delta variety

India is one of the countries most severely affected by COVID-19. While battling the corona virus, he has seen another global virus that is rapidly expanding the delta variant. A team of scientists from the National Institute of Virology (NVI) based in Pune has made a discovery. Nipah virus antibodies in two types of bats According to, in Maharashtra The Times of India. According to researcher Bhagya Yadav, bats’ tails were discovered in March 2020 in a cave in Mahabaleshwar. No evidence of exposure to Nipah has yet been found.

This finding is reflected in an article in the Journal of Infection and Public Health. India has already been affected Four nipa buds. A team of NVI researchers studied the common types of bad strawbus medius, Russettus lecenalti and bipistrellus PP in Asian countries. After analysis, they found Antibodies against Nipah from 33 samples of bad lecithin and one bipistrelles

Nipa continues Usually from bats And is on the World Health Organization (WHO) list of ten priority pathogens. According to who, Nipah has a mortality rate Varies from 40% to 75% (1% or 2% of the corona virus) and is transmitted from animals to humans, but Person to person.

What is Nipah virus?

According to the WHO, the Nipah virus A “Zoonotic Virus” It manifests itself in other adverse effects such as asymptomatic infection, acute respiratory infection or dangerous encephalitis. Hosts of this virus Fruit bats of the family Pteropodidae, Antibodies against the virus have also been found in African Etolone bats. This time There are no specific treatments or vaccines for people or animals.

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This virus is recognized For the first time in 1999 Erupted among farmers and pig farmers in Malaysia. Other eruptions such as Bangladesh and India may have erupted through this Consumption of fruits contaminated by bats.

Possible symptoms include Acute respiratory diseases, Dangerous encephalitis, fever, headache, myalgia, vomiting, sore throat, dizziness, fainting or strange pneumonia.