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Mystery Virus in China Could Be Deadly Victorian Disease, Experts Say

A mystery Covid-like respiratory illness that has been sweeping through China and appears to be only affecting children, could be a forgotten disease from the 19th century


DailyMail 6 DEC 2023





A mystery respiratory illness that is sweeping through parts of China and has been likened to Covid could be a feared "walking" disease, scientists fear.

The strange unidentified virus has been causing chaos in China for weeks, with the world on high alert over fears a new pandemic could be on the way.


Although it so far only seems to impact children, it saw officials in neighbouring countries such as India, who are wary of another virus spreading through their population following the outbreak of the coronavirus in 2019, readying themselves for action.

And now scientists in Indonesia are gearing up their laboratory network to test for symptoms of mycoplasma pneumonia – first detected in 1898 - and which came from animals. Although it has not been confirmed exactly what the mystery disease is, it was first spotted at the end of the 19th century as a version of cattle pneumonia.



China Virus: 8 Symptoms of Mystery Disease We Need to Be On Lookout For

There are eight symptoms to look out for which signify the bizarre new pneumonia virus, that has now spread to Europe as well as China and India



A respected NHS doctor has shared eight symptoms of a new mystery pneumonia virus – resembling Covid – that has emerged from China. This is five symptoms than have previously been reported.

The virus has caused chaos in China for weeks, with the world on high alert regarding fears that another pandemic could be on the way. Yet so far, it seems to be impacting children far more than adults, The Daily Star reports.

Officials in neighbouring countries like India, who are concerned about the virus spreading through their population after the coronavirus outbreak in 2019, have spurred into action. In Beijing, hospitals are becoming busier, and the virus has now been detected in Europe.

Medical officials in Denmark and the Netherlands have confirmed that the virus has established itself there. In the latter country, the number of children between the age of five and 14 who are impacted has risen to 130 per 100,000 in just one week.

There have been more than double the typical amount of winter flu-like illnesses for this time of year on average. Denmark is also reporting a rise of three times the number, from 168 to 541 in just five weeks.


NHS GP and GP Medico-Legal expert witness Hana Patel told The Daily Star that the eight symptoms to look out for are a very high temperature, rapid heartbeat, a dry/irritable cough, sweating and shivering, sharp or stabbing chest pain, quick and shallow breaths, breathlessness when resting, and delirium or confusion.


She said: “The WHO are looking into the number of increased cases of pneumonia, and why this might be in China. Pneumonia begins with either a bacterial, viral or fungal lung infection. This causes the alveoli (air sacs) in the lungs to become inflamed and fill with fluid. It can occur in one lung or both. Pneumonia can make people ill very quickly and can be fatal, so it is very important to seek advice quickly if you think you may have it.


“It is an inflammation of the lungs, usually caused by an infection, and most people get better in two to four weeks, but babies, older people, and people with heart or lung conditions are at risk of getting seriously ill and may need treatment in hospital.


“The name 'white lung' is given because of the way the lung damage shows up on x-rays and scans. In the winter months, it is usual to see a rise in the number and types of respiratory infections



However the World Health Organisation is looking into the number of increased cases of pneumonia, and why this might be in China.”






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