Homosexual Virus: Now a big misunderstanding has been seen among the common people regarding monkeypox. There is a misconception that only gay and boy sections are being threatened by this. After the gradual spread of monkeypox, now 9 cases have been reported in India. In Kerala, a 22-year-old youth has died due to monkeypox virus. Now it is most important to clear the biggest misconception about this virus.
misconceptions spreading among people
There is a misconception that homosexual men are only at risk of monkeypox and women are less at risk of getting infected. But monkeypox is a contagious disease that can happen to anyone. This infectious disease does not make any difference to man or woman. After the death of a 22-year-old man in Kerala, a woman in Delhi was found infected with monkeypox. After this misunderstanding, confusion has arisen in the minds of the people. WHO chief Tredos said a few days ago that the first case of monkeypox was reported in May.
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clear up misunderstanding
The WHO said that 98% of cases have been found in gay, bisexual and men who have sex with men. But a 31-year-old woman was found infected with monkeypox in Delhi. This misconception has been cleared after the woman got infected. After the woman’s case came to light, the misconception was cleared that the risk of monkeypox is only for gay men as well as everyone.
symptoms of infectious disease
Let us inform that after corona, monkeypox is also an infectious disease which spreads due to contact with infected persons. For this reason, experts have given instructions to keep distance from the infected person. Experts have also told about the common symptoms of monkeypox through which you can keep distance. Such as fever, rashes on the palms, feet and face. Apart from this, there are lumps in the body. Headache, sore throat, cough, feeling tired. These are all common symptoms of monkeypox.
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