Monkeypox in Rajasthan: Monkeypox continues to wreak havoc all over the world. It has spread to 77 countries and due to this the number of infected is increasing every day. According to the report, the first suspected case of monkeypox has come to light in Rajasthan. Dr. Ajit Singh, Superintendent of Rajasthan University of Health Sciences said that a 20-year-old man is showing symptoms of the disease. After getting symptoms, the person has been admitted to a government hospital and his samples have been sent to the National Institute of Virology, Pune.
First case of monkeypox surfaced
According to the information received, the youth was referred from Kishangarh late on Sunday night. He said that the man has been kept under observation in a special ward set up for the cases of monkeypox. The youth is suffering from fever for the last four days and has rashes all over his body.
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One patient died of monkeypox in Kerala
Earlier, the second case of monkeypox was reported in Delhi. According to the information received, the infection has been confirmed in a 35-year-old Nigerian man who lives in Delhi. The person has no recent history of foreign travel. In Kerala, a 22-year-old man died due to monkeypox virus. According to the information received, this person had returned from UAE. With this, the first death due to this virus has occurred in the country.
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Central government in action regarding monkeypox
At the same time, according to reports, the infection has been confirmed in 5 people in the country so far. At the same time, more than 20 thousand cases of monkeypox have been reported worldwide, while 75 people have lost their lives. There is a stir all over the world regarding Monkeypox and the central government is also in action mode. The Center has also formed a task force to deal with this virus. The team is headed by Dr VK Paul and Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan.
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