The government will hold a meeting of experts today as India’s tally reaches 9. The Center wrote a letter to the UAE amid cases from the nation

Murthy will also be present, a report said Times of India said.

Meanwhile, three of the positive cases in India were showing symptoms of monkeypox before reaching India, according to a communication from the UAE Ministry of Health on August 1. India has now requested that the UAE step up its efforts to prevent apparently positive people from boarding flights and traveling, allowing further transmission of the virus.

In a letter to Dr Hussain Abdul Rahman Al Rand, Executive Director and International Health Regulations (IHR) Focal Point, UAE, the Ministry of Health requested that exit screening be expanded to ensure that those who Those showing symptoms of monkeypox are not allowed on board. Flights Hindu Reported

And Delhi reported its fourth case of monkeypox on Wednesday with a 31-year-old Nigerian woman, official sources said. With this case, the number of monkeypox infections in India has risen to nine. She is the first Indian woman to test positive for monkeypox. The woman has fever and skin lesions and is admitted to the Lok Naik Jayaprakash (LNJP) Hospital, sources said, adding that her samples were sent for testing and the results were positive on Wednesday.

“She was admitted to LNJP Hospital on Tuesday. The condition of the woman is stable now,” a source close to the team monitoring the situation of Bandar Pax told PTI. Sources said recently. There is no information about his travel abroad.Delhi’s first monkeypox patient, a man from West Delhi, was discharged from LNJP Hospital on Monday.

The third case of monkeypox in Delhi was a 35-year-old man of African origin with no history of recent foreign travel. He was admitted to the Delhi government-run LNJP Hospital on Monday and tested positive for the disease the next day. The World Health Organization (WHO) recently declared monkeypox a global public health emergency of international concern. According to the World Health Organization, monkeypox is a viral zoonosis – a virus that is transmitted from animals to humans – with symptoms similar to smallpox, although clinically less severe.

The disease usually presents with fever, rash, and swollen lymph nodes and can lead to a variety of medical complications. It is usually a self-limiting illness with symptoms lasting two to four weeks. The Center’s ‘Guidelines for the Management of Monkey Pox Disease’ states that human-to-human transmission is mainly through large respiratory droplets which usually require prolonged close contact. Is. It can also be spread through direct contact with bodily fluids or wounds, and through indirect contact with wound materials such as contaminated clothing or clothing from an infected person. Transmission from animals to humans can occur through bites or scratches from infected animals or through the preparation of bush meat.

The incubation period is usually six to 13 days, and case fatality rates for monkeypox have historically been as high as 11% in the general population and higher in children. In recent times, the death rate has been around three to six percent. Symptoms include sores that usually begin within one to three days of the onset of fever, which last about two to four weeks and often heal when they become itchy. They are said to be painful. A notable predilection for palms and soles is characteristic of monkey pox, the guidelines state.

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