New Delhi: The cases of monkeypox are increasing continuously in the country. After Kerala, now cases of monkeypox are also being reported in Delhi. Recently, the Union Health Ministry wrote a letter to the representative of WHO in the UAE, asking that passengers with symptoms similar to monkeypox should not be allowed to board the plane, so that the spread of this disease in the country can be stopped. Now the Ministry of Health has released a list. In which told how we can avoid this disease.
Protect yourself from #Monkeypox. Know what you should and should not do to avoid contracting the disease.
— Ministry of Health (@MoHFW_INDIA) August 3, 2022
How to protect against monkeypox
1.Anyone can get Mockypox if they have been in contact with an infected person for a long time or repeatedly.
2.Isolate infected patients from others
3.Wash your hands with soap and water or use a sanitizer
4.Wear a mask and disposable gloves around a person infected with monkeypox
5.Use disinfectant for environmental sanitation
What not to do to avoid monkeypox
1.Do not share bedding or towels with people who have had monkeypox.
2.Do not wash dirty clothes or towels of infected persons with non-infected persons.
3.Do not attend public events if you exhibit symptoms of monkeypox.
4.Avoid unnecessary gathering
How’s monkeypox spread?
Monkeypox is such a disease, about which everyone now wants to know. It is slowly starting to trouble the whole world. Meanwhile, health professionals and social activists say monkeypox can spread through close physical contact regardless of sexual orientation or race, and that scapegoating the entire LGBTQ community for its spread would be a repeat of a mistake made during the AIDS epidemic.
Dangerous symptoms of monkeypox
3.swollen lymph nodes
4.body aches and back pain
7.blisters on the face and inside the mouth
8.rash on hands and feet
Monkeypox is being wreaked havoc all over the world at this time. So far this disease has spread to more than 75 countries and so far (August 3 morning) 8 cases have been reported in India. Out of these, 5 cases have been reported from Kerala and 3 cases from the capital Delhi. The third case of monkeypox has come to light in Delhi on Tuesday. Another Nigerian person has been found infected. He had not traveled abroad recently.