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A case report on monkeypox outbreak in India 2022: an airborne transmission.

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Surabhi Gupta, Raghavendra Kumar Dwivedi and Jay kumar
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Abstract: 

Background: The current circumstance initiates from the end of June-early July 2022, an outbreak of monkeypox, an illness clinically alike to smallpox but generally milder, caused by a poxvirus is ongoing. Due to the recent rise in the number of human outbreaks, it is an evolving zoonotic disease that has been considered to have the major pandemic potential for decades. The 1st case of monkeypox in the WHO South-East Asia Region has been confirmed from Kerala, India on 14th July 2022 in a 35-year-old man who arrived from the Middle East. Immediate interaction with infected humans or animals, physical touch, droplet transmission, and consuming infected meat are all examples of how the disease is carried. Rashes that can imitate acne or boils and that grow on the face, inside the mouth, and other areas of the body, such as extremities (hand, feet), chest, genital areas, or the cloaca. This review article provides an updated overview of monkeypox for healthcare and medical experts about India. Objective: The main aim of this report is to generate real data on monkeypox cases in India during the 2022 pandemic. Method: Online survey of the hospital reports of infected patients through various websites. Result: One infected patient of monkeypox has died and others have recovered and discharged from hospitals. Conclusion: In the current scenario monkeypox outbreak is the biggest issue outside of Africa in recorded history. But according to data obtained in India, from now onwards monkeypox cases are not increasing day-by-day and became stable

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