Patiala: Civil surgeon issued an advisory about Monkeypox

An advisory to all health centers 

Patiala: Civil surgeon issued an advisory about Monkeypox

News Patiala: Monkeypox cases are increasing in the country. More than 100 cases of monkeypox have been reported in 15 countries. Meanwhile, the Civil Surgeon of Patiala has issued an advisory to Rajindra Hospital, Mata Kaushalya Hospital, and all health centers about monkeypox. In the advisory issued by the Civil Surgeon, it has been said that according to the instructions from the National Center for Disease Control of the Government of India, precautions should be taken in all hospitals.

Epidemiologist of Patiala district Dr. Sumit Singh said that these instructions are for health centers and hospitals. He said that there is no need to panic, only four such cases have come up in India so far. He said that it does not spread from air to air like a corona.

Instructions have been issued by the health department. The health department says that if you have traveled to such a country within 21 days. Where the monkeypox virus has spread or suspected cases have been confirmed or come into contact with a suspected patient, a suspected case should also be considered. All the suspected patients should be kept under quarantine by the health department and they should be given adequate health facilities.

It is to be noted that the first case of Monkeypox has come to light in the country’s capital Delhi yesterday. This patient has no history of foreign travel. Earlier, three cases of monkeypox have been found in Kerala. All three patients had returned from the UAE where they had come into contact with an infected person. A new patient found in Delhi is admitted to Maulana Azad Medical College.

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