Langya henipavirus, the new animal-to-human virus discovered in China
When the global COVID-19 epidemic had not ended, a new animal-to-human virus named Langya henipavirus was found in China.
According to NEJM, the respected and influential medical journal, microbiologists in Beijing and Qingdao discovered a virus named Langya henipavirus (LayV).
According to Chinese media, 35 cases of acute infection were found in Shandong and Henan. Among them, 26 people were infected with the “Langya” virus, and nine other cases besides “Langya” were also infected with other viruses. All of them had fever symptoms, and more than 1.5% had symptoms such as fatigue, cough, and anorexia. 30% to 40% had symptoms such as nausea, headache, and vomiting, and another 8% had impaired kidney function.
The researchers closely followed the family members who related to infected cases, and there was no evidence of human-to-human transmission. However, the researchers believe that it is not yet possible to draw any conclusions.
Chinese people find it hard to escape, and authorities build a barbed wire border wall of thousands of miles.
“Separation Wall” is one of the projects the Chinese regime gives plenty of attention to. It was built two years ago to prevent the transmission of disease and border crossers.
According to NetEase, the “Separation Wall” between China and Myanmar has been completed. The separation wall with barbed wire is up to 16 feet high, with a total length of 311 miles and a monitoring and early warning system. It is located on the border of Yunnan, along the Ruili River and Gaoligong Mountain.
Additionally, China built a longer wall on the China-Vietnam border in Guangxi. The wall has a total length of 1000 miles and a height of 19.7 feet. It is currently nearing completion.
It can be said that China seems to be the country of the wall. They censor the internet, and people can only bypass the firewall to know the outside world. Now that these border walls are erected, it is also difficult for people to escape government supervision.
Military learning in China amid heavy rain, but students can’t leave
In addition to attending school to learn knowledge, Chinese students also need to attend “Security and National Defense” courses, which require them to understand basic weapons and practice military skills.
A video shared on the internet shows students in a junior high school learning to march; they are lined up even though it is raining. Although it was raining heavily, the students still did not get a break and were unable to leave the ranks.