Ukraine has claimed that mouse fever has spread among Russian soldiers. Due to this, they are suffering from severe headache, vomiting and in some serious cases, bleeding in the eyes. Ukraine's intelligence agency Intelligence Directorate has made this claim. Ukraine says that mouse fever has spread among Russian soldiers deployed in the Kupyansk area. However, no statement has been given by Russia regarding this yet.
What is mouse fever?
Let us tell you that mouse fever is a disease caused by streptococcal infection, which can spread to humans due to contact with rats or the foul smell of rats' feces. In mouse fever, the infected person suffers from severe headache, high fever, red rashes on the skin, low blood pressure, hemorrhage in the eyes, cold and vomiting. Ukrainian intelligence agency claims that mouse fever is spreading among Russian soldiers but Russian army commanders are ignoring it.
'Russian commanders are ignoring'
Ukraine claims that Russian commanders are considering this as an excuse for the troops to avoid fighting. This information has been given in some media reports quoting Ukrainian officials. While on one hand Ukraine is talking about the spread of mouse fever among Russian soldiers, on the other hand the Russian Army clearly says that they will not hold a ceasefire until their objective is achieved. Russia has not given any statement regarding the spread of mouse fever among its soldiers.
Russia refused to talk to stop the war
It has been a long time of 22 months since the Russia-Ukraine war but Russia has clearly refused to talk to stop the war and has said that they have no basis to talk to stop the war.