Monkeypox wreaks havoc after Coronavirus, there will be a 21-day Quarantine in this country

Publish Date: 23 May, 2022 |

The world had not yet recovered from the corona epidemic that another disease, monkeypox, has started spreading rapidly. So far, this disease, found only in some parts of Africa, has now spread to many countries. The sudden spread of this virus has also worried health experts. In Belgium, now the infected will have to quarantine for 21 days.

According to WHO, monkeypox is a viral zoonotic disease. It spreads from animals to humans and then can spread from human to human. At present, not a single case of monkeypox has been reported in India, but in view of the cases in other countries, the Union Health Department has directed all the states to be alert. Following this instruction, the State Health Department has also issued an advisory regarding monkeypox.

Symptoms of Monkeypox

A person infected with monkeypox has fever, severe headache, back and muscle pain. At the same time, he feels a serious weakness. Apart from this, if we talk about its visible symptoms, then there are big pimples on the body. Like smallpox, they spread throughout the body. If these grains come out in the eyes, then they can also affect the light. 

According to WHO, people recover from this virus in two to four weeks. But sometimes it can prove to be fatal. This virus kills 11 percent of the infected. People who came in contact with the patient in the last 21 days will have to be immediately identified and isolated.

Cases found here

Cases of the disease have been reported in the European countries of Spain, Italy, Portugal and Sweden, and in parts of Africa in Canada, Australia and the Americas. 21-30 cases have been found in the UK, Portugal and Spain. A total of 92 cases have been confirmed so far while 28 cases are suspected. Canada has 11-20 suspected cases.

French officials said a 29-year-old man had a case of monkeypox. Belgian experts said two cases had been detected in two different cities. At the same time, the number of monkeypox cases in Spain has increased to 21. Of these, 14 cases have been registered today.


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