One more person infected with monkeypox has been detected in the national capital Delhi, which is the seventh patient of monkeypox in the city. According to the information received, the infected is a 24-year-old African woman. By adding this new case, the number of people infected with monkeypox in Delhi has now gone up to 7. According to the information received, the woman was admitted to Loknayak Hospital in Delhi after the victim showed symptoms of monkeypox infection. Whereas, his samples were sent to ICMR-NIV's lab in Pune for testing.
The condition of the woman is stable now. She has been kept in a special ward made for monkeypox patients. According to reports, this woman had returned from South Africa four months ago. Since then she has been living in Sharda Vihar, Delhi. She was admitted to the hospital after having fever, sore throat and pain, red rash. At present, 2 patients of monkeypox are being treated at Loknayak Hospital. Whereas, 5 patients have been discharged from the hospital after recovery.
Monkeypox usually causes fever, chills, a rash and sores on the face or genitals. It also spreads through contact with or an infected person. There is also a risk of spreading the disease by coming in contact with an infected person, having sex or using the things used by him.
Feeling Very Tired And Lethargic
High Fever (Recurring Or Recurring After A Short Period Of Time)
Back And Muscle Pain
Skin Rash And Red Rash
Problems Like Cough And Sore Throat