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Is Monkeypox in South Africa?

Is Monkeypox in South Africa?

Is Monkeypox in South Africa?
Is Monkeypox in South Africa?

What is Monkey Pox?

Monkey Pox is a rare disease that is caused by infection with the monkey pox virus and can spread between people and certain animals.

 

What is the difference between Monkeypox and chickenpox?

Monkeypox is an orthopoxvirus whiles chickenpox is a herpes virus.

 

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What are the symptoms of Monkey Pox?

1. Fever.

2. Chills.

3. Headache.

4. Muscle aches.

5. Fatigue.

6. Swollen lymph nodes.

7. swollen lymph nodes

 

How does a person get infected with Monkey Pox?

1. Direct contact with the broken skin or body fluids of an infected person

2. The sharing of stuffs, such as blanket or apparel of an infected person.

3. Persistent exposure to an infected person’s respiratory excretions.

 

How long does monkey pox last?

It naturally lasts for 2-4 weeks. The developed rash during that period heals, all scabs falls off and a fresh layer of skin begins to form.

 

What disinfectant kills monkeypox?

There are no disinfectants registered for use against monkeypox.

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Is monkeypox in South Africa?

South Africa has recorded five cases of monkey pox.

 

Who got the first monkeypox in South Africa?

The first case of Monkey Pox recorded was from a 30-year-old man from Johannesburg who has no travel history.

Where does monkeypox rash start?

The rash often appears first on the face and spreads to other parts of the body of an infected person.

 

Does washing clothes get rid of monkeypox?

The washing of contaminated clothes disinfects them from the monkeypox virus as stated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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How do you prevent monkeypox virus?

1. Cook all foods that contain animal meat thoroughly.

2. Avoid contact with infected animals.

3. Disinfect commonly touched surfaces like doorknobs.

4. Wash your hands with soap and water on regular basis.

5. Avoid contact with infected people.

 

 

 

 

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