As the coronavirus pandemic has not been able to die around the world, another disease outbreak has spread in the country. This time the name of the panic is Monkeypox. After more than 100 cases were identified in Europe, the World Health Organization held an emergency meeting on friday regarding the outbreak.
According to Reuters, the transmission of the virus is more prevalent in West and Central Africa, but the disease has spread to many other countries around the world. Monkeypox has been detected in at least nine countries, the report said. The agency has confirmed that the virus has been detected in Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom, as well as the United States, Canada and Australia. Spain reported 24 new cases on Friday. A hospital in Israel has also treated a person who has symptoms consistent with the disease.
However, amid the new fears, the news of hope is that the outbreak should not be declared an emergency as a cause of public health concern in the world, the meeting said. Scientists say the outbreak will not turn into an epidemic like the coronavirus. Because the virus does not spread as easily as Covid-19.
Of course, there’s no chance to stay unfazed. One has to be aware of the disease as global concerns over monkeypox begin. From now on, we are hopeful that if we are in an alert position, it will be possible to deal with the disease very easily like coronavirus. At the same time, we call upon those concerned to ensure that no one can spread panic about the disease.
How to spread MonkeyFox Virus:
Here we mention Monkeyfox virus spread cause.
- touching clothing, bedding or towels used by someone with the monkeypox rash
- touching monkeypox skin blisters or scabs
- the coughs or sneezes of a person with the monkeypox rash
Monkeyfox Virus Symptoms
Check Monkeyfox virus symptoms.
- a high temperature
- a headache
- muscle aches
- swollen glands
- shivering (chills)
What should do to stay safe from the Monkeyfox?
- wash your hands with soap and water regularly or use an alcohol-based hand sanitiser
- only eat meat that has been cooked thoroughly
What shouldn’t do to stay safe from the Monkeyfox?
- do not go near wild or stray animals, including dead animals
- do not go near any animals that appear unwell
- do not eat or touch meat from wild animals (bush meat)
- do not share bedding or towels with people who are unwell and may have monkeypox
- do not have close contact with people who are unwell and may have monkeypox