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Many epidemics will come in the next 50 years, 15 thousand viruses will spread between humans and animals, read shocking research

Several pandemics is about to come: There could be thousands of pandemics in the next 50 years. About 15,000 viruses can reach humans from animals. This claim has been made by Georgetown University of America in its recent research. Know what is the reason

May 02, 2022 | 7:44 PM

Thousands of pandemics may come in the next 50 years. About 15,000 viruses can reach humans from animals. This claim has been made by Georgetown University of America in its recent research. Scientists believe that cases of spreading diseases from animals to humans have started appearing. COVID-19 is an example of this. Thousands of such epidemics may come by 2070. Know what is the reason for this…

Researchers say that the cause of epidemics in the next 50 years will be climate change and global warming.  Due to increasing heat around the world, there will be changes in the animals, animals and their habitats living in the forests.  If the temperature rises by 2 °C, then the mammals will migrate to another area in search of a cooler area.  If this happens, then both diseases and virus infection will increase.  As a result, it will reach the human population.

Researchers say that the cause of epidemics in the next 50 years will be climate change and global warming. Due to increasing heat around the world, there will be changes in the animals, animals and their habitats living in the forests. If the temperature rises by 2 °C, then the mammals will migrate to another area in search of a cooler area. If this happens, then both diseases and virus infection will increase. As a result, it will reach the human population.

Scientists say, Africa and Asia can be hotspots of the virus.  There may be an increase in such cases in which the virus can bring a new epidemic, just like COVID-19 created panic in the world.  This is also because these areas are known for being densely populated.

Scientists say, Africa and Asia can be hotspots of the virus. There may be an increase in such cases in which the virus can bring a new epidemic, just like COVID-19 created panic in the world. This is also because these areas are known for being densely populated.

Scientists say, the risk of spreading the virus is high in densely populated countries like India and Indonesia in Asia.  This process has already started.  To stop this, the world will have to reduce carbon emissions together.  This can become a big threat to both humans and animals.

Scientists say, the risk of spreading the virus is high in densely populated countries like India and Indonesia in Asia. This process has already started. To stop this, the world will have to reduce carbon emissions together. This can become a big threat to both humans and animals.

Ecologist Ignacio Morales Castilla of Alcala University in Spain has given his opinion on this research.  He says, there is no mistake in the model on the basis of which this research has been done.  If such conditions are created then there will be exchange of viruses.  This will prove to be the biggest threat to humans and animals on earth.

Ecologist Ignacio Morales Castilla of Alcala University in Spain has given his opinion on this research. He says, there is no mistake in the model on the basis of which this research has been done. If such conditions are created then there will be exchange of viruses. This will prove to be the biggest threat to humans and animals on earth.





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