Monkeypox: People had not even got rid of the havoc of Corona properly, that the knock of monkeypox has once again terrified the people. Monkeypox has knocked in India. The first case was reported from Kerala, while after this a case of monkeypox has also come up in Delhi.
The Delhi government has become alert regarding the case of monkeypox. The DGHS of Delhi Government has given clear instructions that it is mandatory for health facilities to report any suspected case of monkeypox to the concerned District Surveillance Unit. Along with this, the suspect should be referred and isolated in the reserved ward of Loknayak Hospital in coordination with the district surveillance officers.
Let us inform that the condition of the monkeypox infected youth who has been found in Delhi is stable. A 34-year-old man from West Delhi was isolated at Loknayak Jaiprakash Hospital about 3 days ago after he saw symptoms of monkeypox. According to sources, the condition of the patient is absolutely fine. Surveillance teams are trying to trace other people who came in contact with him. The patient had been painful, which is a symptom of monkeypox.
The guideline that has come from the government is as follows
It is mandatory to give information about the suspicious case of Monkeybox.
All guidelines should be followed for surveillance of suspected cases.
Suspicious patients will be admitted in the reserved ward of Loknayak Hospital.
Strengthen all district surveillance unit health services.
Let us inform that the infected person does not have any foreign travel history, but he had traveled domestically, there is no information about how he came in the grip of infection. Sources have said that there is no need to panic. After the case of infection in Delhi, the total number of people found infected in the country has gone up to 4, before that 3 cases of monkeypox were reported in Kerala.
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