A new flu virus has been discovered in China that could be highly contagious to humans and cause epidemics.
A medical study in China found that the virus needed to be monitored because it could become an epidemic, but there was no immediate threat.
It is primarily a new strain of swine flu, and Chinese experts discovered a new strain of H1N1, G4, from 2011 to 2018 while testing for influenza viruses in pigs.
According to research published in the medical journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, it contains all the things that can be part of an epidemic virus.
The researchers found high levels of the virus in the blood of people working on animal farms and said that human populations needed to be closely monitored, especially those working on swine farms.
The study highlighted the dangers of animal-to-human viruses, especially in densely populated areas of China, where millions of people live near animal farms, breeding centers, slaughterhouses and live animal markets.
The worldwide outbreak of the corona virus is believed to have spread from horse show bats in southwest China to humans and from the Wuhan Seafood Market to humans.
A spokesman for the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a statement that the World Health Organization (WHO) would read the findings carefully and that it was important to share those findings with others.
“This also shows that we must not neglect precautionary measures against influenza, but continue to be vigilant and vigilant in this regard despite the corona virus outbreak,” the spokesman said.
A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said in a press briefing on Tuesday that China was closely monitoring the situation and that “we will take all necessary measures to prevent the spread of any virus.”
Research in China has shown that pigs are important for the spread of influenza viruses and that systematic monitoring is needed.
China has taken a number of steps since the 2009 swine flu outbreak, blocking flights from the affected countries and quarantining millions.
The new virus that has been discovered is a combination of 2009 swine flu and an existing virus.
According to Carl Bergstrom, a biologist at the University of Washington, although the new virus can infect humans, there is currently no immediate threat of a new epidemic.
“There is no evidence that G4 is circulating in humans and that needs to be kept in mind,” he said.