New Langya virus that may have spilled over from animals infects dozens

Scientists detected another potential zoonotic spillover nearly three years into the coronavirus pandemic, though evidence suggests very low fatality rates.

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Langya Virus Zoonotic Spillover in Eastern China

Langya virus, a new type of henipavirus, was identified in at least 35 people in eastern China. The virus is suspected to have infected shrews before jumping to humans.

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New Langya virus infects 35 people in eastern China; likely transmitted from shrews

There has so far been no evidence of human-to-human transmission of the Langya henipavirus.

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Langya: Scientists monitoring newly-detected virus after 35 infected in China

The new virus, called Langya henipavirus (LayV), was reported in patients in eastern China and is thought to have emerged in shrews. Here’s what scientists know so far.

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Langya: What we know about the new virus discovered in China

The new virus which causes fever, cough and fatigue, has been seen in China and is believed to be transmitted by a shrew.

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Langya: All you need to know about the new zoonotic virus detected in China

Since the mode of transmission is not ascertained yet, usual hygiene practices with food, animals and with individuals with fever is all that we can do currently," Dr Trupti Gilada, Infectious Disease specialist, Masina Hospital told indianexpress.com

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Here’s what we know about Langya, the new virus found in China that has infected dozens

The new pathogen, believed to have spread from animals to humans, has infected at least 35 people and caused flu-like symptoms.

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Langya Virus Outbreak Sounds Alarm as Monkeypox, COVID-19 Continue to Spread | BioSpace

Monkeypox is spreading, COVID-19 stubbornly persists and on Tuesday, news broke of a Langya henipavirus outbreak in China.   

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