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China confirms death by ‘monkey virus’; The disease is rare and has no record of human transmission Science and Health

A China The death of a Beijing veterinarian was recorded when he was diagnosed with a rare animal disease Monkey virus, The “Washington Post” announced a statement on Monday (19) based on a report released on Saturday.

The death on May 27 was the first death in the country caused by the disease There is no record of human-to-human transmission. Those who were with him tested negative for the virus.

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The monkey virus or herpes B virus is common in this type of mammal. However, Very rarely will humans be affected. However, when this happens, the disease is severe and causes inflammation in the brain. According to the “Post” report, Death of the virus can reach 80%.

But again, It is a very rare virus in people: Fewer than 100 cases have been recorded in the medical literature since 1932, the year the virus was first transmitted from a monkey to a human.

Typically, victims are veterinarians or researchers dealing with animals. In April, a month after the dead monkeys were separated, the victim experienced pain, nausea and vomiting. Then, in May, he ended up resisting and died.

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