Camel Flu in FIFA World Cup: Panic spread in the world due to ‘Camel Flu’, possibility of spreading in humans in this way, know

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The first case of Camel Flu ie MERS virus came to the fore in Saudi Arabia in 2012.
Like corona virus, it is also a type of respiratory disease.
2,600 cases of MERS-CoV recorded from April 2012 to October 2022

Camel Flu in FIFA World Cup 2022: For the football lovers of the world these days FIFA World Cup 2022 is going on in Qatar from last 20 November. It is estimated that more than 12 lakh people from all over the world will participate in this World Cup 2022. But in the midst of this event, an alarming news is also coming to the fore. It is being told that the people returning after watching the tournament are suffering from camel disease.camel flu‘ (Camel Flu) symptoms are being seen.

In a report, there is a danger of spreading a deadly disease called Camel Flu or Respiratory Syndrome Mers (MERS) in Qatar. This disease spreads by coming in contact with camels. In Britain, this disease is considered to be a more deadly virus than Corona, for which an alert has also been issued.

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It is said that camel flu is a type of virus that spreads from camels to humans. This is especially high in Gulf countries. There camels are used more. That’s why the risk of spreading this flu is high in these Gulf countries.

What are the symptoms of this disease
Camel flu is an infection similar to the corona virus that spreads from camels to humans.
– The infected person who is in the grip of this disease has difficulty in breathing.
Symptoms like dry cough, sore throat can also be seen in the infected person.
There is also a high possibility of pneumonia in the affected person.
In some patients, its symptoms can be seen in the form of diarrhea and stomach problems.

Meanwhile, due to camel flu, there is an atmosphere of panic in the world. Millions of football lovers from all over the world are reaching to see the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Qatar. These football lovers are also going from Dubai to many cities of the Gulf.

Football fans warned to avoid camel flu
During this, doctors have also given a big warning to the football fans returning from Qatar regarding the prevention of camel flu. Doctors have warned that the deadly camel flu could spread through fans returning from Qatar. This flu found in camels is said to be fatal. The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) has also asked doctors to trace people suffering from fever and shortness of breath.

The UKHSA says the risk of infection for UK residents is very low, but those exposed to risk factors within the region may be at higher risk. That’s why it is very important to take precautionary steps.

The Health Ministry of Australia has issued this advisory
Australia’s Ministry of Health has also taken special steps to prevent and prevent the spread of camel flu. An advisory has been issued on the Ministry of Health website saying that fans returning from Qatar should be aware of MERS, and people have to follow hygiene, it has also been said to avoid close contact with camels. Apart from this, it has also been said to avoid eating uncooked meat. Doctors said that the risk of spreading the infection is high.

Keep an eye on WHO figures
Let us tell that the number of cases of MERS spreading in the world has also been recorded very well. The World Health Organization (WHO) has confirmed 2,600 cases of MERS-CoV globally from April 2012 to October 2022. At the same time, 935 people have also lost their lives due to this. WHO says that the first case of Camel Flu ie MERS virus came to light in 2012 in Saudi Arabia. Like the corona virus, it is also a type of respiratory disease that spreads through human-to-human transmission.

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