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Infected Omicron in South Africa Jiangsu man: lungs like fire | mutant virus | Jiangsu man | low-grade fever

[Epoch Times December 4, 2021](Reported by Epoch Times reporter Li Yun) The World Health Organization announced on December 3 that OmicronVariant virusIt has spread to 38 countries. According to Lu Media, a man surnamed Hao in Jiangsu was infected with the Omicron variant virus. He said, feeling very thirsty,Fire in the lungsAnd continueLow fever

According to a report by JiMu News on December 3, a man surnamed Hao from Nantong, Jiangsu, was dispatched by the company to Johannesburg, South Africa in April. He was originally scheduled to stay in South Africa for the first half of the year.

The man surnamed Hao claimed that he was infected with the new crown virus (CCV) in June and followed the instructions of the local doctor to conduct home isolation and medication, and his body slowly recovered. But at the end of November, he found uncomfortable symptoms. After going to the hospital for a nucleic acid test, he found that he was infected with Omicron.Variant virus

He said that he had a dry cough,Low feverFire in the lungsWait for the symptoms, “I feel very thirsty, and my lungs feel very dry. I can drink three liters of water in two hours, and I feel thirsty.”

The man surnamed Hao revealed that he currently stays alone in an apartment and does not live with anyone else. The doctor has prescribed medicine for him, and hopes to heal quickly after isolation and return home to reunite with his family as soon as possible.

After the Omicron variant virus was first discovered in South Africa in November, the World Health Organization issued a written statement at the time that the new variant has a higher infection rate than the previous variant. Almost all states in South Africa have seen cases of new variants. This variant has a large number of mutations, some of which are worrying.

South African officials reported on December 3 that cases of infection with the Omicron variant virus have surged. In the past 24 hours, there have been 16,055 new cases in South Africa, with a total of 3 million, 4203 confirmed cases.

On the same day, the WHO stated that the Omicron variant virus has spread to 38 countries, but has not yet received notification of death cases. The WHO urges countries not to panic, but to prepare for the possible spread of Omicron.

Editor in charge: Lin Congwen

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