Is the covid-19 spread by bats?

 Is the covid-19 spread by bats?


Is the covid-19 spread by bats?

It is generally known that the Covid-19 spread from the Chinese city of Wuhan because people there are so eager to drink live bat soup that the prevailing view is that the virus may have been caused by the same bird and then spread around the world. This was not entirely true as it may be revealed to you that the first case of Covid-19 came to light on January 31, 2019, but in mid-January there was a family in Sussex County, UK who became infected with the novel Covid-19. The family never came in contact with any Chinese, but in December 2019 they did meet a few Americans. Still, who will answer where the Covid-19 came from? In this regard, one should try to think scientifically and understand the scientific method. Regardless of where the virus originated? Don't attribute it to any race, color or region. This is the universal consensus and the unanimous voice of the human conscience. Experts from the British Association of Otterhinolaryngology once said that if your sense of taste and smell has diminished or disappeared, there is a strong possibility that the Covid-19 has entered your body. There is an urgent need for testing because, according to experts, the person may develop symptoms such as fever and cough at any time after losing the ability to smell or taste in the tongue. However, since 1967, there have been 10 such epidemics. Whose germs entered humans from animals. Five of these epidemics were spread by a virus found in bats. An outbreak of Uganda in 1967 affected 590 people. Of these, 478 died. It was extremely dangerous because it had a mortality rate of 81%. It was named "Marburg" because the virus came from bats. In 1976, an Ebola epidemic broke out in the Republic of Congo, infecting 33,687 people, of whom 14,693 died. The death toll was 44 percent. The virus was also spread by bats. An outbreak of bats from Malaysia in 1999 was also attributed to a species of bats called "Nepa", which affected 496 people and killed 53 percent. In 2002, the SARS was born in China from the virus of bats and other animals. It infected 8098 people and the death rate was 10%. The new Covid-19 (Code19-) is also thought to have its roots in bats and pangolins. Experts agree that 75% of infectious diseases transmitted to humans are caused by animals, including bats and other mammals. Bats can also transmit rabies, which can be fatal. When a bat becomes infected with rabies, it eventually dies, but before it dies, the virus has the potential to infect other animals and humans. Rabies is usually transmitted by biting. This process can happen both directly and indirectly. If an infected bat bites a pet, it will transmit the virus to humans and then the virus can be transmitted to humans through the saliva of an infected animal to the eye, nose, mouth or wound. However, in humans, the risk of transmission of insanity from bats is very low. A respiratory disease spread by bats is called histoplasmosis. It is caused by a fungus or fungus that grows in the waste land of animals, including bats. Bats have a "very high" ability to handle the virus. A bat can be a haven for many viruses without getting sick. Bats are more likely to be infected with the same virus again, while humans develop immunity to the virus once it has invaded. Bats contain a number of viruses that are suspected to enter humans in the future. This information gives the general impression that bats are very dangerous to us humans and that most humans rightly hate or fear it. This is not entirely true. Bats and humans often live far apart. Bats usually go hunting after dusk, when it is time for humans to relax. If humans and bats stay within their limits, the risk is much lower. Bats prefer to stay away from humans, but humans are on the path to occupying the habitats of various animals, including bats, which is having a negative impact. Forests are now declining and human settlements are forming in uninhabited areas, bringing wildlife closer to humans or becoming extinct, which seems unnatural because it is generally considered an abominable bird. Some people hunt wildlife for no reason. Some eat the meat of bats or drink their soup. As far as bats are concerned, food is not good, let alone their proximity. Experts say that if a bat accidentally enters your home or office, gets stuck or injured, avoid going near it and touching it. Perhaps the unwarranted interference of humans in the world of bats and other animals has shown these days, otherwise bats, like other mammals, have lived their lives and do not pose a major problem for humans. Bats have their own sphere of life. Bats are the only mammals that can fly. They can fly and see at night and find their way into the darkness through the system of resonance found inside them. In some areas, the number of bats is surprisingly high. ěž

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