Monkeypox: Monkeypox has reached 15 countries, the Ministry of Health has issued this advisory to the states.

Monkeypox Alert Monkeypox viruses are very small bacteria and spread rapidly through contact with an infected patient.
Monkeypox: Monkeypox has reached 15 countries, the Ministry of Health has issued this advisory to the states.
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Monkey Pox AlertThe risk of monkey pox disease has been steadily rising since the Corona epidemic. In the last 15 days, 219 cases of monkey pox have been reported in about 15 countries and in view of the growing threat, the central government has also issued an advisory in India. Monkey Pox is currently spreading rapidly in the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, and Africa. There are currently 219 cases of monkey pox worldwide, according to the latest update from the European Union’s disease agency. No case of Monkey Pox has been reported in India so far, however, vigilance is being maintained.

Ministry of Health issued advisory.

In view of the growing threat of monkey pox, the Union Ministry of Health has issued an advisory to all state governments asking them to direct hospitals to monitor patients who have symptoms of the disease. Have been affected by and have traveled to countries. If you find such a patient, isolate him immediately.

Cases of monkey pox have been found in these countries.

United States, United Kingdom, Italy, France, Sweden, Spain, Portugal, Australia, Germany, Israel, Canada, Netherlands, Belgium, Austria & Switzerland

The risk of monkey pox is higher in children.

According to Dr. Hugh Adler, a researcher at the Liverpool University Hospitals AHS Foundation Trust, children are at greater risk of having monkey pox, but the symptoms are milder and most patients are recovering faster.

Monkey Pax is spreading so fast.

Monkey pox viruses are very small bacteria and spread rapidly through contact with an infected patient. It is very difficult to stop them. The infection rate of monkey pox is estimated to be between 3.3% and 30%, but in the African country Congo, the rate of monkey pox infection was 73%. The virus enters the body through broken skin, airways or through the eyes, nose or mouth. It is spread by contact with an infected person or their clothing or sheets.

Symptoms of monkey pox

It takes 5 to 21 days for the symptoms of monkey pox to appear. The patient has fever, headache, muscle aches, back pain, tremors and fatigue. Rash on the face usually appears after one to five days. The rash sometimes looks like chicken pox. Most patients recover in a few weeks.


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