Delhi has reported the 4th Monkey-Pox Case: Global Pandemic

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POSTED BY: Ranjeet Kumar PUBLISHED: July, 24th 2022

World health organization just labeled Monkey-Pox as global pandemic, and Delhi reported India's 4th Monkey-pox case.

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The man who has  Monkey-Pox virus in Delhi has no history of foreign travel, the previous 3 cases are from Kerela.

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Recently US has also confirmed 2 Monkey-Pox cases in children, and the agency said "children under 8 has a very high chance of getting sever Monkey-Pox.

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Monkey-Pox can be transmitted by close contact with the infected person and usually causes rashes similar to pimples but with a lot of itchiness.

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Infected patients are experiencing sever pain, itchy and painful rashes, in older patients the infection is clearing up itself.

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But in children below the age of 8, this infection is becoming more sever, and according to WHO young children have died with with infection at higher rate than adults.

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