After Corona: Fears of the deadly Shabari virus | Miscellaneous...

Since nearly a year and almost all over the world, it has been waging a fierce battle against the Corona virus, which, as of Tuesday (24 November 2020), has caused the death of more than 1.3 million people, in addition to the infection of about 58 million people with this virus.

Corona imposed on the countries of the world to follow measures sometimes described as “harsh”, in an attempt to limit its spread, such as: closing many shops, imposing quarantine and other methods in order to save the lives of people who are living this year in exceptional circumstances.

The world breathed a sigh of relief recently, after more than one company announced its success in developing an effective vaccine that would put an end to this virus and restore life to its previous state as soon as possible. However, this good news could be set back very soon.

In this regard, the German website “gentside” stated that experts from the American Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are tracking the impact of a new deadly virus called “Shabari”, as this virus appeared in Bolivia, and it can transmit between humans.

And Chapare “Chapare” is a mysterious virus that little is known about, and this name is called after the Bolivian region of Chapare, in which it first appeared in 2004. This virus caused the death of three people last year in Bolivia, according to the French newspaper “Express”. .

The site “gentside” reported that the experts of the American Center for Preventive Disease Control have concluded that the “Shabary” virus is similar For the Ebola virus And it can transmit between humans, which raises fears of its possible spread in the future.

The “Express” newspaper indicated that mice are one of the possible sources of the “Chapari” virus. And the same source quoted epidemiologist Kathleen Cosabum as saying, “The genetic sequence of RNA, which we isolated from rodent samples, is completely identical to what we have seen in human cases.”

According to the same German website, there are several symptoms of “Shabari” virus, including: fever, head and abdominal pain, rashes, organ failure and bleeding, and all of these may cause death, adding that there is currently no treatment for this virus.

On the other hand, experts believe that it is relatively unlikely that the Shabary virus will spread throughout the world because of the high temperature and the use of Antiseptics Lead to controlling the virus, according to the German site “gentside”.

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