>In humans, symptoms typically arise between a few days and two weeks after infection, according to the World Health Organization, though periods as long as 45 days have been reported and it’s possible people may be infectious during this time (the WHO says pigs are “highly contagious” during this incubation period).
>Nipah symptoms typically start with fever, headache and signs of respiratory illness like coughing that can rapidly worsen to brain swelling (encephalitis) and seizures that lead to a coma within a day or two.
>Health officials in India’s southern state of Kerala are rushing to track and contain an outbreak of Nipah that has already killed two people and hospitalized three others. According to news reports, public health workers have tested hundreds of workers and schools, government buildings, religious institutions, public transport and public offices have been closed or suspended in at-risk areas to curb potential spread. It is the state’s fourth outbreak since 2018 and experts warn the area might be at particular risk from virus spillovers given the destruction of natural bat habitats by humans in the region
street shitting low IQ paki bastards are to blame
i.e NON WHITES