Monkeypox Infection Is Increasing In America: Monkeypox panic gripped America. More than 5,000 people have tested positive for monkeypox in the country. And then the US Department of Public Health took strict measures to prevent infection. A public health emergency has been declared in New York.
Monkeypox Infection Is Increasing In America
The governor of New York has declared a state of emergency as monkeypox continues to grow. So far more than 5000 people have been infected with monkeypox, according to the Ministry of Health. After that, he announced the declaration of public health emergency to prevent infection. He said in a tweet that the state of emergency is being declared to strengthen our efforts to combat the monkeypox outbreak.
The governor of New York said that there are several cases of monkeypox infection in the United States in New York. Fears have been expressed that more than 150,000 suspects may have this virus in their bodies. Also, the administration fears that the infection of the disease may increase among different groups. According to the New York Department of Health website, there were a total of 1,383 monkeypox cases reported in New York as of July 29. Cases of monkeypox have also been recorded in California, Texas, Florida, and Washington DC.
Administration sources also reported that many monkeypox victims were homosexuals and bisexuals. Besides, it is said that the affected people have symptoms like fever, headache, and muscle pain. Also many have symptoms like sore throat, cough, and shortness of breath.
Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that two people died in Spain last week due to monkeypox. They said that more than 18,000 people have been infected with monkeypox in the United States so far. In addition, it is reported that more than 4,000 cases of monkeypox have been found in Spain. However, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that Europe has the highest number of cases outside of Africa. 1 person died in Brazil due to monkeypox. So far, the number of infected in this Latin American country has increased to 1,000. WHO experts have expressed concern over the increase in the number of monkeypox cases in Europe as well as America.
Last July, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a worldwide monkeypox emergency. World Health Organization officials also said that this announcement was made to raise awareness about monkeypox.
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