The number of coronavirus infections in the world is increasing. The world has not been able to recover from the corona virus spreading from China that the threat of spreading of another Chinese virus seems to be looming.

On the one hand, the whole world, including India, is struggling to get rid of the corona virus outbreak, while on the other hand, the threat of another virus has started looming over the country and the world. As per the news, The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has warned the Government of India that China’s Cat Que Virus (CQV) may knock in India. As per the report says that it will cause febrile diseases in men, meningitis, and pediatric encephalitis in children.

Evidence Of The Presence Of Cat Q Virus

The presence of the Cat Q virus has been detected in China and Vietnam, quoting seven researchers from ICMR’s Pune-based National Institute of Virology. The virus has been found in Culex mosquitoes and pigs there. Let us tell you Experts have warned that something similar to the Cat Q virus has been found in Culex mosquitoes in India too. The organization said that CQV is found primarily in pigs and in China, domesticated pigs have been found to have antibodies against the virus. It means that the Cat Q virus has started spreading its outbreak locally in China.

Two Positives Were Found In 883 Samples

As per the information, Scientists sampled 883 people in various states and two found antibodies against the virus. Let us tell you Investigation revealed that both people were infected with the virus at the same time.

As per the information, research published in the Indian Journal of Medical Research in June states, “Detection of anti-CQV IgG antibodies. As per the situation, more serum samples of humans and pigs should be examined to find out if this virus is already present among us.

One scientist said that In the context of India, statistics show that some mosquitoes are sensitive to CQV. On the other ways, mosquitoes can cause CQV infection.

This virus originated from China has become a cause of trouble for the people. Right now the world is looking for a way to deal with this virus, in such a situation news of another new virus has come from China. ICMR has also issued a warning regarding this.

New Virus

The name of this new virus is CAT Q virus (CQV). Scientists of ICMR have issued a warning about this and said that people should be vigilant about it.

This new virus falls under the category of arthropod-borne viruses. Apart from mosquitoes named Culex, it is also found in pigs.

This virus has started spreading in China. Many patients have appeared there. Therefore, an alert has been issued in India.

How Much Danger

If the virus spreads, a large number of health problems will arise. Plans are being planned to investigate on a large scale to see if the virus has knocked in our country.

How Does This Virus Spread

What Is The Cat Q Virus
Cat Q Virus

Scientists have said that the first host of the new virus is the pig. Through its blood, it spreads to mosquitoes and then to humans. The danger is that mosquitoes found in India can carry this virus.

Therefore, once it starts spreading through mosquitoes, it will be very difficult to stop the spread of the virus.

CQV In Mosquitoes

As per the news, The ability to increase the number of replicates of CQV in mosquitoes was investigated when anti-CCQ IgG antibodies were detected in the serum samples of both individuals. As per the researchers, this indicates that there is a possibility of the spread of CQV-borne disease in India. As per the situation, it is necessary to take defensive steps.

Let us tell you about the virus, more and more people need to be screened and tested for serum samples. ICMR scientists said that the primary host of the CQV virus is pigs and the presence of mosquitoes that spread it suggests that orthobunya virus in India can cause serious public health crises.

Let us tell you ICMR said that three different species were screened to understand its behavior in Indian mosquitoes after anti-CVC was found in human serum samples.

The name of this new Chinese virus is ‘Cat Que Virus’. The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has warned the Government of India that China’s Cat Q virus can spread to India.

A report has said that the virus will cause fever, meningitis, and encephalitis in people. According to ICMR’s Pune-based National Institute of Virology, 7 researchers have revealed that the presence of Cat Q virus has been detected in China and Vietnam.

Here the particles of this virus have been found in Culex mosquitoes and pigs. Experts have also warned India that something similar to the Cat Q virus has been found in Culex mosquitoes in India, so one has to be cautious. As per the information, The virus has started spreading in China.

As per the information With the outbreak of Corona virus spreading from the city of Wuhan, China, countries around the world, including India. Actually, scientists have discovered another Chinese virus, which is expected to spread the disease in the country and this virus is named Cat Q virus (CQV).

As per the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has warned the Government of India that China’s Cat Que Virus (CQV) may knock in India. This virus falls under the category of arthropod-borne viruses. Apart from mosquitoes called culex, it is also found in pigs. According to the news, a large number of people in China and Vietnam have been found to suffer from this CQV virus.

The report of the Indian Council of Medical Research states that the virus will cause febrile diseases in men, meningitis, and pediatric encephalitis in children.

Scientists have said in their warning that something similar to the Cat Q virus has been found in Culex mosquitoes in India too. CQV is found mainly in pigs and domesticated pigs in China has been found to have antibodies against the virus. That means the Cat Q virus has started spreading its outbreak locally in China.

As per the scientists, anti-CQV IgG antibodies (IGG Antibodies) have been found in two people’s serum samples in India. As per the ICMR’s medical journal IJMR, both these samples were taken in Karnataka in the year 2014 and 2017.Scientists have said that the first host of the new virus is the pig. Through its blood, it spreads to mosquitoes and then to humans. The danger is that mosquitoes found in India can carry this virus.

Therefore, once it starts spreading through mosquitoes, it will be very difficult to stop the spread of the virus.

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