There is the first case of monkeypox in Delhi and behalf, and Arvind Kejriwal says that there is no need to worry situation is under control
Today in new Dehli 24 July 2022 the first case of monkeypox has been found in LNJP hospital. He is 31 years old man with no travelling history so he has inquired about this virus from another state or nation. He came to the hospital because of his high fever and skin problems. This was the 4th case in India of the monkeypox virus after Karela.
Arvind Kejriwal says that we have putten our best team over it and isolated the patient. There is no need to worry about this situation is under control. The man who is infected will recover and don’t have to suffer from any deficiency issues.
On 23 July WHO announced that the monkeypox virus is a global Emergency concern. WHO has asked other global countries to come and work together for a better and more efficient outlet with communities of men who have sex with men and to adopt measures that protect the health, human rights and dignity of affected communities.
On Saturday WHO reported 16,000 cases of monkeypox from different 75 countries. The WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has said “We have an outbreak that has spread around the world rapidly, through new modes of transmission, about which we understand too little, and which meets the criteria in the International Health Regulations. For all of these reasons, I have decided that the global monkeypox outbreak represents a public health emergency of international concern.”
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“WHO’s assessment is that the risk of monkeypox is moderate globally and in all regions, except in the European region where we assess the risk as high. There is also a clear risk of further international spread, although the risk of interference with international traffic remains low for the moment,” Tedros added.
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