SEVEN MOST DANGEROUS VIRUSES IN THE WORLD IN THE 21ST CENTURY

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Humans have been fighting viruses throughout history. These most dangerous viruses that are the world’s worst killers, based on their mortality rates, Ebola, Bird flu, Zika and many more – there seems to be news on a new dangerous virus almost every day. But so far, experts are saying that Zika itself isn’t. The concern is high about theses deadly viruses behind a fast-growing pandemic in China and other countries. Health officials have warned that they expect more.

WHAT IS A VIRUS?

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A virus is a biological agent that reproduces inside the cells of every living thing. When infected by Live vaccines contain weakened forms of the virus, but these vaccines can be dangerous when given to people with weak immunity.

Humans have falling victim to viruses throughout history. While most viruses are harmless, and scientists have developed vaccines. Some viruses can kill bacteria, while others can fight against more dangerous viruses. So like protective bacteria (probiotics).

SOME MOST DANGEROUS VIRUSES IN THE WORLD  AS DISCUSS BELOW

  • EBOLA VIRUS

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The World’s most dangerous virus is known as the “Ebola Virus”. Its first case was reported in 1974.

It is a river in the Congo, and the virus detects peoples who live near this river. The sign of this virus is fever, body aches, diarrhea and sometimes bleeding inside and outside the body. It damages the organs and leads to uncontrollable bleeding.

But unfortunately, there aren’t any drugs to fight this virus. But sooner a person gets medical care, the better chance to recover.

  • LARA VIRUS

The prevalence of Lara varies widely in South Africa. A virus transmitted by a breed of South African mice from the waste of a generation. And it transmits humans through the air.

Lara is a serious disease and it presents in 150 countries. The above 5000 persons were infected every year in South Africa. It Sign may include fever, headache, chest pain and dryness of the mouth.

If you treat this at the beginning of the infection, then there’s much chance to recover this quick.

  • DENGUE VIRUS

One more dangerous virus that you know is Dengue. This virus is responsible for the lost lives of maximum peoples in the world.

Roundabout 9 Lac person were lost their lives due to this virus infection.  The presence of fever, rash, and headache is characterized by dengue fever.

Current estimates indicate that as many as 10 million infections occur each year, and the good thing is that we saved the infected peoples by having their best treatment.

  • MARBURG VIRUS

Another dangerous virus that badly impacts the world is named “Marburg Virus”. In 1907, Marburg’s first case was attacked Germany and that’s why this virus was named as “Marburg”.

From 1998 to 2004, 128 persons passed away by this virus. And in 2004, only 128 persons were lost their lives by the infection of this virus.

This virus is transferred from one person to another person by sneezing and coughing. And there’s no treatment for this disease. Only 3 percent of peoples have a chance to stay save by this disease.

  • SWINE FLU

Swine Flu can be transmitted by exposure to infected droplets expelled by coughing or sneezing that can be inhaled.

This virus quickly spreads from person to person. Fever, headache, muscle and joint pain, sore throat, running nose and vomiting are the sign of swine flu. The best treatment of swine flu is to avoid touching eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands. And keep the distance of at least one meter from another person.

  • SARS VIRUS

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The most dangerous virus is SARS. In Nov 2002, the Chinese faced this virus very first. It is a viral disease it is most infectious in severely ill patients and it occurs during the second week of illness.

It led to the complete loss of working ability or even self-care of these cases. The sign may include fever, muscle pain, cough, and sore throat. All patients appear to be a high fever.

Washing your hands with your soap and avoiding contact with the bodily fluid is the best way to avoid this virus infection.

 

 

 

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