the new Langya virus has been identified in 35 in china china's Shandong and Hernan provinces. the virus transmitted  from animal-human but from human-human could not be determined

Chinese authorities state that  none of the patients were in close contact or had common exposure history. This may mean that  human infections are sporadic.

Since the virus   has been detected recently, Taiwan’s Center for  Disease Control (CDC) will develop a standardized   nucleic acid testing method to monitor and check  its spread

He also warned that the  possibility of human-to-human transmission   is unknown, so people must stay up to date  with new developments regarding the same

The Langya Henipavirs belongs to a family of  fever-causing viruses that have a high fatality   rate in case of severe infection

But none of the patients infected currently have exhibited serious or life-threatening symptoms, The symptoms include fever, cough, nausea, loss of appetite, etc.

The CDC director  provided the details of a serological survey   which revealed that of the tested animals, 2% of  goats and 5% of dogs were positive for the virus.

However, a staggering 27% of shrews, which are a  small insectivorous animal kind, tested positive.   This may indicate that they are a natural  reservoir of the Zoonotic Langya Henpavirus.

there   is no preventive vaccine or  treatment available as of now.   The only way to go is to manage the symptoms and  resulting complications through supportive care.