New Delhi. There is a discussion all over the world about Monkeypox. It has also been confirmed in a patient in Delhi. The surprising thing is that the patient in Delhi in whom this disease has been confirmed has not even gone to visit abroad. Earlier it was being said that this is being confirmed only among the people who have traveled abroad. In such news, the concern of the World Health Organization (WHO) has also increased.
There is a constant warning from WHO regarding Monkeypox. Along with this, many of its symptoms are also being told. To avoid monkeypox, you can download the WHO’s mobile app. You will get all the information easily from the mobile app itself. With WHO’s mobile app, you will get to know about Monkeypox patients with location. In the WHO app you will also find information about the treatment of Monkeypox.
According to the reports, monkeypox is not a new disease. It was first found in a group of monkeys in 1950. It was found in 1958 in research conducted in Denmark. It was named monkeypox because of the research done on monkeys. Now its knock has happened in India as well. In such a situation, it has increased the concern of the government. People are being constantly alerted by the Health Department.
How does the virus spread?
Now the question in everyone’s mind is that how does this virus spread? The information that has come out so far has revealed that this virus is not spreading through the air. If you come in contact with an infected patient, then you can definitely come in contact with the virus. The risk of monkeypox increases after coming in close contact with an infected person. In such a situation, it is very important that great care should be taken in public places.