Zoonosis is Diseases Transmissible From Vertebrate Animals, Aside From Humans, to People

Mammals, birds, reptiles, and possibly amphibians are reservoirs or amplifying hosts for infective agent zoonotic disease. Frequently, these viruses cause very little or no expressed illness in their anthropoid vertebrate hosts. Estimations show that there are quite one.6 million class and water bird viruses, spanning twenty five infective agent families identified to cause human infections. Compared to only over 260 viruses identified in humans, seven the unknown viruses represent 99.9% of potential zoonotic disease.

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