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Breaking News: Monkeypox Detected In The Following African Countries, Signs & Symptoms Of Monkeypox

The deadly disease Monkeypox that was confirmed by WHO has been detected in Africa. The disease is adversely characterized by open sores, and experts reveal it's sexually transmitted.

The signs and symptoms of Monkeypox are as follows;

1. Open sores that are at first detected in the face then later in the whole body.

2. Fever.

3. Muscle pains.

4. Body pains.

5. Exhaustion.

6. Headache.

The disease was detected in the following countries; Benin Cameron, The Republic of Central Africa, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Gabon, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, South Sudan.

"Map: Where has monkeypox been detected so far? | Infographic News | Al Jazeera"

According to WHO the first case was reported in UK. The victim is believed to have travelled from Nigeria to England. It's stated that the victim might have contracted the disease while in Nigeria.

The medical personnel urges all the people in the world to seek medical attention if they will be able to detect the above signs in them or anybody else.

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