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Aubie Spr96
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Another Chinese Virus: Langya

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Doctors have raised the alarm over a brand new virus that has infected dozens of people in China.

'Langya' henipavirus — or LayV — was detected in 35 people in the country's eastern Henan and Shandong provinces.

It belongs to a family of viruses that are known to kill up to three quarters of humans in severe cases.

None of the new cases have resulted in death and most are mild, with patients experiencing flu-like symptoms.

The novel virus is thought to have been passed on by shrews — small mammals from the same family as hedgehogs and moles.

A study published last revealed the virus was first detected in humans in 2019, with the most recent cases this year.

Chinese experts investigating the virus believe human cases are 'sporadic'. They are still trying to work out if it can spread from person to person.


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Somewhere, a Keebler Elf has a hard-on.


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thotpocket
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I'd rather Langya than Ligma


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genuineLSUtiger
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They are going to splice this one together with the monkey pox. Should be ready to roll out by the start of 2023.


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Tommy Noble
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They are still trying to work out if it can spread from person to person.


AKA they are genetically modifying it to be more contagious in a lab so they can leak it out in November.
This post was edited on 8/9 at 1:31 pm


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The Maj
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small mammals from the same family as hedgehogs and moles.


Cant the Chinese leave the animals alone?


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idlewatcher
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Another test run for 2024?


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WhuckFistle
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South Park was right again.
Randy fricked a pangolin, which caused Covid.


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umrebel2009
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let me guess.... "henipavirus" is related to the "nipah virus" that has a 60% mortality rate


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NineLineBind
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Viruses are omnipresent. This never would have made headlines pre-2020. Globalists have much of the population right where they want it - scared and looking to them for salvation. For them, Covid is the gift that keeps on giving.


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The vaccine is being developed by IfYallJustAgreeToVoteByMail, Inc., a Greenwich, CT biopharma Company


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Aubie Spr96
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lolwut?
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My favorite part of the article:

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Langya belongs to a family of viruses that are known to kill up to 75% of cases


Uh, oh.



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None of the cases in two Chinese provinces so far have resulted in people dying







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i am dan
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Chinese people need to stop trying to eat every damn rodent they see.


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infected dozens




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Crimson1st
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Another Chinese Virus: Langya


Oh crap…not this shite again!


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umrebel2009
Ole Miss Fan
Member since Feb 2010
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Chinese people need to stop trying to eat every damn rodent they see.



sir I hate to break it to you, but none of these viruses are popping up from chinese eating animals


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Hester Carries
USA Fan
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known to kill up to three quarters of humans in severe cases.


It can kill (somewhere between 0 and 75%) of people (in cases that arbitrarily constitute as being really bad).

What a meaningless “fact” lol.

That’s a literal sex panther fact.


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narddogg81
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The novel virus is thought to have been passed on by shrews — small mammals from the same family as hedgehogs and moles.
leave the fricking animals alone. what is wrong with Chinese people?


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how333
Member since Dec 2020
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Don't be surprised if they use opening weekend football stadiums to spread the virus. That would give them 6-8 weeks to disturb the mid-terms. Cynical view? Yes, but I don't trust chyna or our government.


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Lynxrufus2012
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Maybe Fauci can fund gain of function research.

Speaking of rodents.
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