The first recorded monkeypox infection in mainland China during the current global outbreak of the virus was reported on Friday in the Chinese city of Chongqing in a visitor who had come from outside.
According to a statement from the city health authority, the danger of transmission is minimal because the person was quarantined as soon as they arrived in Chongqing. All close associates have been quarantined and are being monitored by doctors.
The Individual in question arrived in Chongqing city while traveling from abroad and displayed symptoms of COVID, including a skin rash, while under quarantine, according to the statement.
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Monkeypox outbreaks have been documented in almost 90 nations where the illness is not endemic, and the World Health Organization has deemed it a worldwide health emergency. More than 60,000 confirmed cases have been documented, and the first linked deaths have been recorded in some non-endemic nations.
The monkeypox virus typically causes symptoms comparable to but milder than those of smallpox, such as fever, headache, and rashes. It is spread through direct contact with infected humans, animals, or contaminated items.
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