Deadly virus MORE dangerous than Zika discovered – fears of global outbreak

Tuesday, January 8, 2019
By Paul Martin

MAJOR global fear built up when the dangers of the Zika virus to pregnant women were discovered in 2015, but now a much more deadly virus has been found.

By Tim Hanlon
DailyStar.co.uk
8th January 2019

The mosquito carried virus that causes Rift Valley fever may severely harm human foetuses if contracted by mothers during pregnancy according to new research.

Chaos struck when the impact of the Zika virus came to light with worry over travelling to infected areas, and it left thousands of babies in Central and South America with severe birth defects.

Now scientists are working on stopping a more deadly virus.

“Zika caught everyone by surprise,” said Amy Hartman, infectious disease specialist at the University of Pittsburgh.

The mosquito carried virus that causes Rift Valley fever may severely harm human foetuses if contracted by mothers during pregnancy according to new research.

Chaos struck when the impact of the Zika virus came to light with worry over travelling to infected areas, and it left thousands of babies in Central and South America with severe birth defects.

Now scientists are working on stopping a more deadly virus.

“Zika caught everyone by surprise,” said Amy Hartman, infectious disease specialist at the University of Pittsburgh.

The virus is now moving and is more global with a deadly outbreak in Saudi Arabia, in late 2000, causing over 700 deaths while the mosquito is found in Europe and the American continent.

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