As of right now there are no vaccines available for the Hantavirus disease, the most you may be able to do is recieve oxygen therapy. And the Hantavirus may last for 7-39 days.
While it's hard to stay away from rodents especially if you do a lot of hiking, camping, or traveling, something that can help is to make sure that your house is rodent safe.
More men than women are infected by the Hantavirus. 61% male and 39% female. The survival rate is 60%. If you notice anything wrong you should go to the doctor immediately and they will put you straight into ICU to monitor your heart and lungs.
Intresting Fact: Hantavirus does not spread from human to human or animal to animal.
Interesting Fact: The most common way it spreads is through deer mouse.
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