February 8, 2023

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Global Health reveals "monkey flu" situation in the eastern Mediterranean

Global Health reveals “monkey flu” situation in the eastern Mediterranean

This comes at a time when scientists are focusing on their efforts to uncover all the information related to the virus, which, after registering cases in various countries, will facilitate the process of dealing with it.

And about the viral situation in the province Eastern Mediterranean SeaIvan Boliva, medical officer at the Global Health Infectious Risk Prevention and Prevention Unit, said in an exclusive report to “Sky News Arabia” that the organization has not yet been officially notified of the emergence of cases in regional countries.

The territory consists of World Health Organization From 22 countries to the eastern Mediterranean United Arab Emirates Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Tunisia, Iran, Syria, Iraq, Palestine, Lebanon, Libya, Egypt, Morocco, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, Djibouti, Sudan and Somalia.

Monkey box is a rare disease that occurs near tropical rainforests in remote parts of central and western Africa, but there is no cure or vaccine to combat the disease, although the previous vaccine against measles was very effective in preventing it, Boliva explained.

According to the World Health Organization, it was first diagnosed Monkey disease Among humans is a 9-year-old boy who lived in the area where the Great Depression was abolished in 1968 in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1970.

In recent weeks, cases have been reported in Britain, France, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Sweden. United States Canada and Australia are raising fears that the virus could spread.

Symptoms of this rare disease include fever, muscle aches, swollen lymph nodes, cold, fatigue, and rash on the hands and face.

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According to the World Health Organization, monkeypox usually resolves in two to four weeks.