上万游客在美国或感染罕见病毒 | 德国之声 来自德国 介绍德国 | DW | 01.09.2012
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上万游客在美国或感染罕见病毒

epa03373438 A handout image dated 06 September 2006 and made available 29 August 2012 by DNC Parks & Resorts at Yosemite, Inc., showing tourists viewing the Merced lake and back of Half Dome at the Yosemite National Park, California, USA. Officials at one of America_s most popular national parks warned some 1,700 visitors 28 August 2012 to be on the lookout for symptoms of a rare disease that has killed two vacationers at the Yosemite National Park in California. The so-called hantavirus is a rare, rodent-borne disease that is carried in the urine, saliva and feces of infected deer mice. If the virus is contracted, the symptoms appear one to six weeks after exposure with fever, headache and muscle ache, and progresses rapidly to severe difficulty in breathing and, in some cases, death. Yosemite officials believe that the three confirmed cases and one probable case occurred when the victims stayed at tent cabins in the park_s Curry Village from mid-June onwards. They launched an outreach effort to contact all other visitors to the popular vacation spot. EPA/KENNY KARST / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

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在美国加利福尼亚州约塞米帝国家公园,约上万游客可能感染可致命的汉坦病毒。据美国当局公布的消息,公园管理局已经向6月中至8月底在该公园过夜的数千游客致函。在这期间有6人可能感染了危险病毒,其中2人死亡。汉坦病毒感染6周后才出现发病症状,目前尚无有效药物医治。在美国,病毒感染者的死亡率超过30%。