So far, India has reported eight cases of monkeypox and one related death. A national task force has been established to monitor the development of diagnostics and vaccines. Monkeypox is a zoonotic disease caused by a virus that belongs to the same family of viruses that causes chickenpox.
The disease is endemic in areas such as West and Central Africa, but recently cases have been reported from non-endemic countries, according to the WHO. Monkey pox usually presents with a fever, rash, and swollen lymph nodes and can lead to a variety of medical conditions. complication. It is usually a self-limiting illness with symptoms lasting two to four weeks. 룰렛
Things you need to know Third case in Delhi Delhi reported another case of monkeypox today, the third case of the viral disease in the national capital so far. The 35-year-old African tested positive a day after the 35-year-old Nigerian. Delhi’s first case, a man in his 30s, was discharged from Maulana Azad Medical College Hospital on Monday. 잭팟
He recently attended a deer festival in Manali, Himachal Pradesh before testing positive for monkeypox. Read also Foreign nationals test positive for monkeypox in Delhi, 8th case in country, 3rd in capital A source close to hospital authorities monitoring the monkeypox situation also confirmed that a third case was reported in Delhi. Fifth case in Kerala A 30-year-old man who came to Kerala last month from the United Arab Emirates tested positive for monkeypox today, making him the fifth case of the virus from the southern state. 슬롯머신
Kollam district on July 14 and the patient was discharged from the hospital last week. A second confirmed case of infection was reported in Kannur district on 18 July and a third case was reported in neighboring Malappuram on 22 July. Meanwhile, a 22-year-old man from Kerala died of monkeypox on July 30, making it the first n death in the country as well as in Asia. Of the eight cases detected in India, five had traveled abroad in the past, the Health and Family Welfare Minister said. 바카라 규칙