The world has not yet fully dealt with Corona virus. This deadly disease led to the world shutting down for a while and it claimed millions of lives in its wake. The world is slowly recovering from the deadly virus but is monkey pox the next deadly virus ready to send the world in lockdown?
The Monkey pox virus comes from animals. Prople catch the monkey pox from animals in West and Central Africa. Person to person transmission of this disease is not very common. It requires close contact with bodily fluids such as saliva from a cough for transmission.
One version of the monkey pox is very deadly, it kills up to 10% of people infected. The monkey pox is a nasty illness which causes fever, body aches and eventually a painful 'pox', a fluid filled blister on the face, hands or feet. Monkey pox has already been detected in the United Kingdom, Europe and USA.
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