Hemorrhagic fever (Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome )
The Hemorrhagic fever is produced by the Hantavirus that is common to mice and rats. Others become infected when inhaling the contaminated soil that gets kicked up as dust.
Virus - A virus is a very small organism that can only reproduce inside an infected host. Outside of a host it can survive in a dormant state for a long time. They can infect almost any type of living creature, including bateria.
Air - Pathogen is in the air and can be affected by winds, increasing its contamination area down wind and decreasing up wind.
- Lethality: 100%
- Infection Rate: 30%
- Contamenation Area: 1 Meters
- Gestation Period: 1 Day
- Difficulty: Extreme
- Save: Health
- Advancement Time: 2 Days
- Life Span: 1 Week
- Residual Life: 1 Month
Stage 1: Flu like symptoms; Chills, Fever and muscle aches.
Stage 2: Dry Cough, Malaise, Headache, Nausea and Vomiting.
Stage 3: Death Roll