How did monkeypox start?

Today, July 6, the Ministry of Public Health (MSP), confirmed the first case in Ecuador monkeypox or better known as monkeypox. It MSP He also points out that the patient is stable, he is from the province Guayas and that he remains in isolation, as well as his close contacts.

Read: WHO Emergency Committee Will Re-evaluate Monkeypox Outbreak

But How did monkeypox start?

Symptoms are similar to regular smallpox, although somewhat milder. They start with fever and headaches, followed by muscle aches, chills and fatigue, so they can be confused with the flu at first.

The main difference between the symptoms of smallpox and smallpox monkey pox is that the second causes the lymph nodes to swell, whereas the former does not.

The most typical symptoms appear three to five days after a fever: a rash develops that often starts on the face and then spreads to other parts of the body, especially the hands and feet, doctors say. UK Health Safety Agency.

However, the rash changes and goes through different stages before becoming crusty and eventually falling off. Symptoms can be mild or severe, and the lesions can be very itchy or painful.

Monkeypox what’s going on in the world?

Monkeypox is already circulating in 58 countries, mostly in Europe, where it is concentrated 80% of cases.

In fact, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced this Wednesday, July 6, that it had reconvened its Emergency Committee to assess how the monkeypox outbreak was progressing, which they had infected. more than 6,000 people in 58 countries.

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