The world is still struggling with dangerous CoronaVirus and trying hard to deal with this and come out. Several vaccines are available in the health sectors worldwide but not a single vaccines have the power that can fight completely against this dangerous virus. In fact, some vaccines have shown side effects after their consumption. The world is still finding the solution but the country China is doing the reverse of this. After the coronavirus, a new dangerous virus found in China, the Bat virus which is 94.5% akin to Covid-19.
Bat Virus In India?
Scientists of Shandong First Medical University and Shandong Academy of Medical Sciences in Taian, China proclaimed that a new virus has detected in China which is very similar to COVID-19. The new study declared that the RpYN06 virus genetic make-up is akin to SARS-CoV-2 which is presently in transmission on all sides of the world. The scientists inspected data collected in China’s Yunnan region during May 2019 and November 2020. As per CNN Indonesia, a collection of 411 samples from 23 species of bat were congregated for the study.
According to the studies that there may be at leastways of four viruses that were akin to SARS-CoV-2. RpYN06 is one of these four species that have the same genetic make-up as COVID-19. But RpYN06 could not have a similar spike protein which is located in SARS-CoV-2. The spike protein is used by SARS-CoV-2 to penetrate and multiply in the host’s cell. The scientists told, as found in the Metro UK report: ” That the study mentions the dual the noticeable diversity of bat viruses at the local scale and that acquaintances of SARS-CoV-2 and SARS-CoV rotating in wildlife species in a vast geographic region of Southeast Asia and Southern China.”
The world is still fighting with Covid 19 and the world can not afford another pandemic. Though many countries are still in lockdown and the vaccines are still not completely fighting against the virus and now we are not in the state to fight against another virus. Already COVID-19 affects the life of people, the economics, industries and many other private and public sectors through which we are still trying to come out of this trauma.