Monkeypox: While there has been a stir in the capital Delhi before the monkeypox, both the government and the health department have swung into action. This is the first case of monkeypox in the capital Delhi and this is the fourth case of monkeypox in the country, before India had monkeypox, the 3 cases that were reported were all from Kerala. The first case of monkeypox was reported in the capital on 24 July 2022. The patient does not have any travel history. This person has got this disease due to local infection. Person Himachal Pradesh just a few days ago.
The three cases that were reported from Kiran were all from the United Arab Emirates. The question is starting to arise whether the person taking the monkeypox virus corona vaccine can also get it? Who can come first in the grip of this disease? Where are blood samples sent to patients with monkeypox symptoms? How long does it take for this disease to be confirmed? Where should a patient go first after seeing the symptoms of monkeypox? With this, after how many days a person suffering from this disease can be cured.
The lone monkeypox patient is being treated on the seventh floor of the emergency ward of Loknayak Hospital. He is currently admitted in the isolation ward of the hospital. The patient is getting better. Dr. Vineet Relahan, the nodal officer appointed for monkeypox patients at LNJP Hospital, said that the 34-year-old has been admitted to LNJP Hospital about 3 days ago after showing initial symptoms of monkeypox. Patient samples were sent to National of Virology Pune. Had gone. After examining the blood sample of the person, the samples were found positive.
What is monkeypox?
Monkeypox is a viral disease. It is a viral zoonotic infection. Jun can spread from animals to humans. It can also spread from person to person. It has been found mainly in West African countries. The disease is called monkeypox because it was first identified in 1958 in colonies of monkeys kept for research in Zaire, Congo. It was later found in humans in the 1970s.
Infection spreads from this part of the body
At present, this epidemic is mainly transmitted from body to body through sexual killing of the body. The easiest way of transmission of AIDS disease is through contact and sexual route. The highest number of cases in the world have been seen in homosexuals, so these groups are at higher risk of this disease. Along with this, you can also get infected through this disease like mouth to mouth, direct skin contact, fomites. In this skin wounds, vesicle fluid, crust pieces are highly contagious.