Home to be Featured on Hoarding Show Causes Sickness

Home to be Featured on Hoarding Show Causes SicknessA woman who was cleaning a house that was going to be used for the shooting of a show about hoarding disorder fell sick. The house was supposed to be used for a future episode of “Hoarding: Buried Alive”, which is a show that focuses on people who suffer from hoarding disorder. The woman developed a disease in the respiratory system.

Experts believe that the disease the woman has may be Hantavirus. It is a disease that is contracted from contact with droppings of mice and other rodents. The cleaning of the house might have disturbed the droppings causing them to go airborne.

Here is part of the article by ANTHONY CASTELLANO which appeared on abcnews.go.com, “The home in the Houston suburb of the Woodlands has been under quarantine since Friday. A woman who had been in the home tested positive for the disease and is now recovering, with medications after a stay in the hospital, according to ABC News affiliate ABC13. A sheriff’s deputy has remained outside the home all weekend to keep everyone a safe distance away.

A second test on the woman by the state health department will determine whether she does in fact have hantavirus, according to ABC13.”

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