The risk of bird flu is still not averted amid the havoc of Corona. Till now, there were reports that this virus is not spread in humans, however recently a case has come up that has surprised everyone and has raised everyone's concern.
First case came out from Russia
Actually in Russia, the first case of bird flu virus ( H5N8 ) chickens has spread in humans. According to the news, this is the first case in the world.
7 employees of poultry plant vulnerable to bird flu
According to media reports, 7 employees working in the poultry plant have been hit. However, his condition is being said to improve a lot. However, there are also reports that there have been no cases of infection from these employees to others. The infected patients are in isolation and the people who come in contact with them are being investigated.
First case in the world
Scientist Anna Papova believes that this is the first case in the world where the virus has entered the human body. This case faced by humans is really a bell of danger.
Bird flu is dangerous for birds
The risk of bird flu is highest to birds. We can estimate this by looking at the cases that have come in the past. If scientists agree on this, then this virus is very dangerous for birds, but it has to be seen what effect it has on humans. However, the situation will be tense when it enters from man to man. Let us know that in recent times, many states of India also had confirmed cases of bird flu. In many places, the situation had become so thick that crows and other birds were also found dead.
What are the symptoms?
According to doctors and experts, the symptoms of bird flu are like this.
2. chest pain
4. high fever
5. joint pain problem
6. muscle ache
7. Nose bleeding
8. Runny nose
12. Restlessness problem
How does the infection spread?
Naturally, this flu occurs in birds but it spreads easily in domesticated chickens. It is caused by contact with infected bird feces, nasal secretions, saliva in the mouth or water coming out of the eyes. However, the virus remains in the body for an extended period of time due to infection.