Man in China dies from another virus called ‘hantavirus’ – By Wayne Dupree (Lifezette) / March 25 2020
Yet another ominous virus kills someone in China
I don’t know about you, but I have double and triple crossed off China from any vacation bucket list I had and I have vowed to stop buying products “made in China.” And if you haven’t done either of those two things, you just might after you read this latest story.
As we sit here now and struggle with the effects of the coronavirus —Americans locked in their houses, our economy collapsing, all thanks to China and their mishandling and shady dealings regarding the COVID-19 virus— another virus is starting to make headlines in China. It’s called “hantavirus.” A man who tested positive for hantavirus recently died on a bus.
Here’s what we know about the virus. It supposedly stems from rats —specifically rat feces and urine— although I remind you that they told us the coronavirus likely came from bats and that doesn’t appear to be the case.
In addition, reports indicate that hantavirus is not “contagious” from person-to-person. However, again, big word of caution on that since the World Health Organization told us on January 20th that China “experts” said the coronavirus was not “contagious” either. And we all know how that turned out…
Also, like coronavirus, the hantavirus has been around in one form or another for some time now. The hantavirus-infected man was from Yunnan Province and he died while aboard a chartered bus on his way back to Shandong Province for work on Monday.