Emerging Virus

Comparisons of genome sequences of today’s members of the herpes virus family has led to the suggestion that these viruses arose 180-220 million years ago, possibly from ancestors of similar viruses that infect oysters and fish today. . It has been suggested that the virus ‘jumped’ from cows to humans about 5,000 years ago, when humans first began to domesticate cattle. It is safe to say that all of the human viruses that exist today originated from a zoonotic infection. Kenned to have subsisted for centuries with little incidence. During the 19th century poliovirus became more prominent in populations across the world. Dense urban populations sanctioned the disease to propagate via close human to human contact. In additament to this, technological advances betokened that peregrinating became more mundane throughout the population essentially leading to incremented transmission of the virus. The situation became worse year upon year with increment incidence of the disease ecumenical. The issue was not resolved until the prelude of a poliovirus vaccine brought the situation under control. This example additionally illustrates how an emergent virus can emerge and vanish by tackling the root cause.


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