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Hantavirus in China

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Hantavirus is much much more deadly than nCoV, the good thing is that it's not so contagious now the bad thing is that with China you never know ~ they could be testing a new variant (i.e. bioweapon theory) or eating a few raw mice which could enable a mutated strain to jump to humans :hmm:

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Hantavirus is not transmitted from human to human. It’s only transmitted via inhaling urine/feces particles and saliva of rodents.

It has a mortality rate of 36-38 percent but as mentioned, there is no human to human transmission

 

what worries me is why did the Chinese state newspaper decide to tweet this now? They know this is bad press for them at a time like this. There is a big cover up going on right now and China is trying to mislead the world from what has actually happened. 

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Hantavirus is not transmitted from human to human. It’s only transmitted via inhaling urine/feces particles and saliva of rodents.

It has a mortality rate of 36-38 percent but as mentioned, there is no human to human transmission

 

 

What the heck ?

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