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WHO issued guidelines regarding Monkeypox, know which people are most at risk

Monkeypox: After the corona virus epidemic, now the threat of monkeypox has started looming all over the world. People have not even got rid of corona yet that monkeypox has increased a different tension. Monkeypox has killed more than 16,000 people in 75 countries of the world. In view of this, the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared it a health emergency (Monkeypox Health Emergency).

WHO says that monkeypox seems to be spreading in those countries as well. Where such cases had never come up before. Let us tell you that monkeypox has knocked in India too. 3 cases have been reported in Kerala. A case has come to the fore in the capital of the country, Delhi. Overall, 4 cases of monkeypox have been reported in India so far.

What are the symptoms of monkeypox?

It is very important to understand the symptoms that arise after being infected with any virus. A person infected with this virus has fever, sore throat, difficulty in breathing. Apart from this, rashes and rash are formed in the body like chickenpox, which start appearing all over the body. The size of the grain is large. It is filled with pus. Its incubation period is 5 to 21 days. It fixes itself. Monkeypox has a mortality rate of 0 to 11% in the general population.

It has been more in children. The mortality rate of monkeypox that has come in recent times has ranged from 3 to 6 percent.

Who is most at risk from Monkeypox?

According to the WHO, monkeypox is spread by people who are already infected with monkeypox. The person who lives very close to the monkeypox patient is at the highest risk of getting caught by this virus. In a recent report, WHO has said that men who have sex with each other, that is, gay men, are more prone to spreading monkeypox. Monkeypox can be spread on body fluids and by sleeping with the victim.

How To Prevent Monkeypox

According to the WHO, it is very important to stay away from wild animals to prevent monkeypox. Do keep a distance from them. Keep a complete distance from the meat, blood and other parts of the body of these animals. Do not eat the meat until it is completely cooked. Make sure you get yourself checked when you come from a foreign trip.

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