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Langya virus: China detects new virus in 35 people

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A new virus, which can be transmitted to humans from animals, has infected 35 people in Shandong and Henan provinces, according to a study by scientists from China, Singapore and Australia published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
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Times of IndiaTimes of India

35 in China infected by 'Langya' virus; here's all you need to know about it

A total of 35 human infections related to the Langya henipavirus has found in China's Shandong and Henan provinces, which can be transmitted from animals to humans. Taiwan's Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has said that Taipei would establish a nucleic acid testing method to identify the zoonotic Langya virus and monitor its spread, media reports said.

2 months ago·Mumbai, India
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BBC NewsBBC News

New virus infects 35 people in eastern China

The patients are thought to have caught the virus from animals such as shrews, and not from humans.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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News18 IndiaNews18 India

Langya Henipavirus: New Zoonotic Virus Found in China Causes Fever, Fatigue | All You Need to Know

There is currently no vaccine or treatment for Henipavirus and the only treatment is supportive care to manage complications

2 months ago·India
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The GuardianThe Guardian

Newly identified Langya virus tracked after China reports dozens of cases

Virus, which causes symptoms including fever, fatigue, cough, loss of appetite and muscle aches, is believed to have spread from animals to humans

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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The IndependentThe Independent

What we know so far about ‘Langya,’ the new virus discovered in China

The new virus has already infected 35 people, though none have become seriously ill

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Global NewsGlobal News

New Langya virus detected in China. Here’s what we know so far - National

Thirty-five people in two Chinese provinces infected with a new zoonotic virus that is believed to have transmitted from shrews. Is there reason to be concerned?

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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