- The Monkey B Virus was found in China.
- The virus is extremely deadly because it kills 60 to 70 percent of infected people.
- No traces of Monkey B Virus have been found in China before.
This time Digital Desk: Corona is the villain of China to more than one country in the first world. Europe’s first world countries have accused Asia’s largest country of spreading the virus. In the meantime, Monkey B Virus was found in China. Experts say the virus is extremely deadly because it kills 60 to 70 percent of infected people.
A veterinarian in Beijing, China, has died of the Monkey B virus, according to a Global Times report. However, the relatives of the doctor are still safe. This is the first time a person has died in China.
In March this year, the 53-year-old veterinarian in Beijing operated on two dead monkeys. A month later, the veterinarian showed nausea and vomiting several times. The Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the Chinese CDC’s weekly English platform, reported the incident on Saturday.
The doctor went to several hospitals for treatment when his condition deteriorated, but he died on May 26. The newspaper claimed that no trace of Monkey B Virus had been found in China before.
Experts say the virus was first detected in 1932. The mortality rate of patients infected with this virus is 70 to 80 percent.
On the other hand, in the power of Corona, Monkey Pox has put its hand in America. Monkeypox was found in the body of a U.S. citizen who returned to Nigeria, according to data provided by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Friday. For now, he has been admitted to Dallas. He has been kept in isolation there. The man boarded two planes en route from Lagos to Atlanta. Who were his companions, they are being investigated.
As it turns out, monkeypox is not yet a cause for concern for the general public. The last time a monkey was caught in the United States was in 2003. At that time, 48 people were infected with the virus.