Monkeypox Spread in the United States! According to the CDC foundation, person-to-person Monkeypox is spreading in the US. These, however, have not been linked to recent travel in countries where the virus typically spreads.
Monkeypox is a disease that rarely appears outside Africa. It has been identified by European and American health authorities in recent days. (Cynthia S. Goldsmith, Russell Regner/CDC via AP).
“There could be community level transmission that is happening. And that’s why we want to really increase our surveillance efforts,” Jennifer McQuiston of the CDC said on a call with reporters. Thus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday warned. that monkeypox could be spreading from person to person in the U.S.
As of Thursday, the CDC has confirmed 20 cases of monkeypox
As of Thursday, the CDC has confirmed 20 cases of monkeypox Spread in the United States. More than 700 cases have been reported globally.
across 11 states. More than 700 cases have been reported globally.
Any Death Reports due to the MonkeyPox spread in the United States?
“No deaths have been reported in this outbreak among either the U.S. cases or those in other countries,” McQuiston said. “That being said, we don’t want to minimize this condition. The rash caused by monkeypox virus can spread widely. From across the body or present in sensitive areas like the genitalia. It can be really painful. and, some patients have reported needing prescription pain medicine to manage that pain.”
Currently, all patients are in recovery or have already recovered. and, those who still have a rash are being advised to stay home. They are also told to stay away from other people until they’re fully recovered,” McQuiston said.
The World Health Organization this week said that the rapid appearance of the monkeypox outbreak suggests the virus has been spreading undetected. Investigations are ongoing. However, the sudden appearance of monkeypox in many countries at the same time suggests there may have been undetected transmission for some time,” WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at a briefing on Wednesday.
Monkeypox is a rare viral disease. It is “transmitted from one person to another by close contact with lesions, body fluids, respiratory droplets and contaminated materials such as bedding.” according to WHO. Symptoms include rash, headache, fever, muscle and body aches. Swollen lymph nodes and back pain. Stay connected with us for more updates!
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