Monkeypox: Reason why cases have fallen so dramatically

Just think a few months back, and just as many of us felt more relaxed about Covid-19, another virus came along and threatened to trigger another pandemic. It was a potentially deadly virus that had traveled north from Africa, literally spinning on a dance floor in Europe, and then bouncing around the world. Australia saw … Read more

Amid rising monkey pox cases, South African minister expresses concern

The monkeypox virus remains a concern for South Africa, Health Minister Joe Phaahla said Friday, amid a rising number of cases in the country. Although monkeypox causes less serious diseases, the current rising numbers and positive cases have become a concern and therefore we cannot ignore it,” Phaahla told media here. … Read more

Virus DNA spotted on 21 everyday objects, including toilet seat, light switch, among others

It is a known fact that all objects and places around us are contaminated with many kinds of bacteria and viruses. The monkeypox outbreak has affected many people around the world, but do you know that this virus can be found on a toilet seat, computer mouse and even a light switch? According to a … Read more

Monkeypox virus DNA found on 21 objects including toilet seat, light switch, here are warnings

What Precautions Should You Take Before Using a Public Restroom? A CDC study found the presence of … [+] Monkeypox virus DNA on a toilet seat and toilet handle in a home where two people with monkeypox were in isolation. (Photo: Getty) getty You may be trying to control the Monkeypox virus outbreak. But can … Read more

Rapid spread of monkeypox driven by mutations? What WHO says

More than 35,000 cases in 92 countries have now been reported to the WHO. (representative) Geneva: Studies are underway to see if genetic changes in the monkeypox virus are causing the disease’s rapid spread, the World Health Organization told AFP on Wednesday. The two different clades, or variants, of the virus were called the Congo … Read more

Monkeypox Vaccine: Where To Get It | News

The worldwide monkeypox outbreak affects gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with multiple male partners. Currently, the risk of catching monkeypox in the public eye remains very low. Vaccination is an important prevention strategy to contain the outbreak. Nevertheless, the supply of monkeypox vaccines remains low compared to national demand. However, the region … Read more

Spain leads monkey pox outbreak in Europe as number of cases rises – National

As a sex worker and adult film actor, Roc was relieved to be one of the first Spaniards to receive a monkeypox vaccine. He knew of several cases of men who have sex with men, the main demographic for the disease, and he feared he could be next. “I went home and thought, ‘Wow, my … Read more

Monkeypox: 890 cases reported in Canada, majority in Ontario

Canada reported 890 cases of monkeypox on Aug. 3, with Ontario reporting the most cases, the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) said Wednesday. Ontario reported 423 cases. 373 cases have been reported in Quebec, 78 in British Columbia, 13 in Alberta, two in Saskatchewan and one in Yukon. Monkeypox is a viral infectious disease … Read more

Monkeypox has declared a global emergency. Are travel barriers necessary? – National

Now that monkeypox has been declared a global health emergency by the World Health Organization (WHO), international travel is being monitored more closely as the virus, usually confined to certain parts of Africa, is rapidly spreading around the world. But infectious disease experts are not convinced that travel restrictions are necessary to contain the spread, … Read more

Monkeypox, World Health Organization Monkeypox: Monkeypox Explained: Are You At Risk?

Monkeypox: Monkeypox has symptoms similar to smallpox, but much less severe. The World Health Organization (WHO) has raised the alarm for monkeypox and declared it a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC). The virus has spread to nearly 70 countries, including India, where four cases have been reported so far. Now, as part of … Read more