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Global Health: Nipah Virus, Dangerous and Little Known, Spreads in India

The infection, an emerging threat, has killed virtually all of its victims so far in India.
NYTimes.com

Officials: Deadly Nipah virus has not spread in south India

NEW DELHI (AP) — Indian officials say an outbreak of a deadly virus has not spread but issued a series of warnings to people in stricken areas. Press Trust of India news agency quoted an unidentified..
SeattlePI.com Also reported by •Seattle Times

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News video: Nipah Virus controlled within 12 hours: JP Nadda

Nipah Virus controlled within 12 hours: JP Nadda 01:21

New Delhi, Jun 05 (ANI): Union Minister for Health, J. P. Nadda on Tuesday downplayed the Nipah virus outbreak, assuring that the situation was under control. Nadda said that within 12 hours of the..
Source: Health Tips -

News video: निपा वायरस ने ली जान बचाने वाली नर्स कि जान

निपा वायरस ने ली जान बचाने वाली नर्स कि जान 01:17

निपा वायरस संक्रमण कि शिकार होने वाले केरल कि नर्स लिनी पुथुसरी को विश्व..
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News video: Nurse Dies Battling Nipah Virus, Who Pays Homage

Nurse Dies Battling Nipah Virus, Who Pays Homage 01:21

Lini Puthussery, the Kerala nurse who succumbed to the rare Nipah virus infection was given a glowing tribute by the Director of the Health Workforce of World Health Organisation.
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News video: Nipah Virus Claims Death Toll Of 17--So Far

Nipah Virus Claims Death Toll Of 17--So Far 00:58

A deadly viral disease spread by bats is once again infecting humans--but it's not Ebola. The Nipah virus has infected at least 18 people and killed 17 in Kerala, India. According to Gizmodo, the..
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News video: Rare, Deadly Nipah Virus Kills 17 In India

Rare, Deadly Nipah Virus Kills 17 In India 00:46

Business Insider reports at least 17 of the 18 patients infected in an outbreak of the Nipah virus in India. According to the World Health Organization, Nipah is a deadly virus that can be transmitted..
Source: Wochit -

 

Deadly Virus Carried by Bats Hits India, Raising Fears It Will Spread

At least 11 people have died after contracting the rare Nipah virus, for which there are no drugs or vaccine.
Wall Street Journal

Nurse dies after contracting rare Nipah virus

A nurse with two young children and a husband died at an Indian hospital after catching the same rare and deadly virus she was treating patients for.
USATODAY.com

Nipah virus, found in fruit bats, kills 10. Its flu-like symptoms often leads to death

The Nipah virus, often carried by fruit bats, has killed 10 people in India. The virus has a mortality rate between 40-70% and has been as high as 100% in some outbreaks, according to the World Health..
USATODAY.com

Nipah virus kills 10. It’s flu-like symptoms lead to death in most cases

The Nipah virus has a mortality rate between 40-70% and has been as high as 100% in some outbreaks, according to the World Health Organization.
USATODAY.com

10 Dead From Nipah Virus In Southern India

The disease, first seen in 1998 in Malaysia, has a particularly high mortality rate. Bats are suspected to have transmitted the virus in the most recent outbreak in India's southern state of Kerala.
NPR

Nurse killed by deadly virus amid Indian outbreak

NEW DELHI (AP) — Officials say a nurse caring for patients infected with a deadly virus has died from the disease amid an outbreak in south India. Kerala state health minister K.K. Shylaja told..
SeattlePI.com Also reported by •Seattle Times

Medical teams sent to south India amid deadly virus outbreak

NEW DELHI (AP) — Officials say a deadly virus has killed at least three people in southern India, and medical teams have been dispatched to the area amid reports that up to six other people could..
SeattlePI.com

Disease Detectives Find A Really Good Reason Not To Drink Date Palm Wine

Every year, little clusters of Nipah virus break out in Bangladesh. And it wasn't from the usual cause — drinking raw sap from date palm trees. So what's up?
NPR

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