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Panic after the outbreak of deadly hersenvirus

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NEW DELHI – Southern India struggling with an outbreak of a deadly virus that is spread by certain bats. In a few days time, at least ten people died, say the authorities in state of Kerala. People get the Nipah virus by fruit and juice to consume that have been infected by the bats. The virus is the flu and brain damage.

The virus during previous outbreaks already fifty people are killed, creates a lot of panic in the area.

Authorities suspect that the virus was first transmitted to three members of the same family, in addition to a put to live where the bats nest. Local residents have been evacuated. There is still no vaccine for the Nipah virus, so hospitals may only supportive care.

The virus during previous outbreaks already fifty people are killed, creates a lot of panic in the area. People with the flu report are flocking at hospitals. They fear that the deadly virus have suffered. ,,We seek the help of private hospitals to this crisis,” says a local government official.

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