There is another new virus circulating in China. Called Langya, we are told that this one has spread to humans from shrews and has already infected 35 people.
This virus was discovered in the Shandong and Henan provinces of China. Many had symptoms such as fever, fatigue, and a cough. Unsurprisingly, the symptoms are similar to the cold, COVID, and the flu.
Those infected are thought to have contracted the virus from animals, making this a zoonotic disease. Langya is henipavirus, There is no evidence so far that LayV can transmit among humans, but watch closely as anything could be used to resort to further tyranny.
The discovery was highlighted in a letter written by researchers from China, Singapore, and Australia and published in the New England Journal of Medicine this month, according to a report by the BBC.
One of the researchers, Wang Linfa from the Duke-NUS Medical School in Singapore, told China’s state-run Global Times that the cases of LayV found so far have not been fatal or very serious, so there is “no need to panic”. Wang did, however, stress that this should be watched closely, as zoonotic diseases (those that pass from animals to humans) can be unpredictable.
The scientists involved with the discovery of it said LayV was found in 27% of shrews tested, suggesting the mole-like mammals may be “natural reservoirs” for the virus. About 5% of dogs and 2% of goats also tested positive for it as well.
Remember, the initial official narrative around COVID-19 was that it passed from animal to humans at the Wuhan market.
Taiwan’s Center for Disease Control said on Sunday it was paying “close attention” to the development of LayV.
The US Center for Disease Control and Prevention said scientists estimate that three out of every four new or emerging infectious diseases in people come from animals.
The United Nations had previously warned the world will see more of such diseases with increased exploitation of wildlife and climate change. –BBC
Is anyone else starting to wonder just how many “coincidences” or “warnings” from those initiating the Great Reset there needs to be?
It’s also interesting that the COVID-19 shots have been shown to be damaging immune systems. Is that just in time for something else?
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