As the globe recovers from COVID and plunges into war with Russia, scientists and medics worry about Monkeypox.
UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, France, Portugal, Sweden, Belgium, US, Canada, and Australia have confirmed Monkeypox cases.
The WHO is having daily meetings to monitor the constantly shifting monkeypox situation.
Monkeypox is a poxvirus illness transmitted to humans by rodents and primates.
Touch, saliva, blood, and undercooked infected animal meat transmit the disease.
Monkeypox has no cure or vaccine, however regular smallpox vaccination lessens the risk.
Fever, muscle aches, enlarged lymph nodes, and headaches are symptoms. Within one or three days, the patient develops a bumpy rash on the skin that lasts two to four weeks.
The good news is that fewer people die from monkeypox than from smallpox.
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