Ghaziabad Monkeypox News After Delhi two suspected patients found

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Ghaziabad Monkeypox News : After the confirmation of monkeypox patient in Delhi, where the area of ​​NCR has been alerted, now there is news of two suspected patients of monkeypox in Ghaziabad. One of these patients has been admitted to Loknayak Hospital, while the other patient had reached Ghaziabad’s MMG Hospital for checkup. At present this patient is at home. Both the patients have mild fever and red rash on the body. The raised rash on both of their bodies are like chickenpox but they are being considered as a suspected patient of monkeypox. Samples of both the patients have been sent to the lab of National Institute of Virology (NIV) in Pune for examination.

returned from paris two months ago

The first suspect of monkeypox went to Paris two months ago. He has returned from Mumbai 20 days ago. However, after the test report comes from the lab of Pune, it will be confirmed whether both of them have monkeypox or not. The first patient has been kept in the reserve ward for patients suspected of monkeypox at Loknayak Hospital. The patient’s condition is said to be stable.

patient’s condition stable

At the same time, the Loknayak Hospital administration says that the condition of the patient in whom monkeypox was confirmed on Sunday is now better than before. He is not having fever and there is a lot of relief in the red spots that appear on the body. When the red rash is completely cured, he will be discharged from the hospital.

waiting for investigation report

At the same time, the age of the suspected patient who arrived for treatment in the OPD of MMG Hospital in Ghaziabad is about 28 years. He works in a private company in Sahibabad and lives in Arthla. For now he is home. His sample has been sent to Pune for examination. Now the report is awaited whether the patient has chickenpox or monkeypox.

World Health Organization declared health emergency

The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the current monkeypox epidemic a global health emergency. The first case of monkeypox in a child was reported in 1970 in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (then Zaire). Since then this virus has been spreading more or less from time to time. But this time it is spreading widely. As of 22 July, 16,593 cases have been confirmed in 68 countries.

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