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Fifth monkeypox patient found in Delhi, admitted to LNJP

Monkeypox cases in Delhi

One more monkeypox patient has been found in Delhi (Monkeypox cases in Delhi.) The infected 22-year-old girl of African origin was admitted to Delhi’s LNGP (Lok Narayan Jayaprakash) Hospital. According to Jagran correspondent Rahul Chauhan, a Nigerian girl has been admitted to Loknayak Hospital after contracting monkeypox.

Fifth monkeypox patient found in Delhi, admitted to LNJP

The girl has mild fever, blisters on her face and red rash on her body. The girl went to Nigeria a month ago. The number of monkeypox patients admitted to Loknayak Hospital now stands at four. The first case of monkeypox was reported in Delhi on 17 July.

Monkeypox cases in Delhi

LNJP Hospital Medical Director Suresh Kumar said the woman’s sample was sent for testing after symptoms were detected, which came back positive. Please state that the patient traveled to Nigeria a month ago.

Second girl infected with monkeypox in the country. A few days ago, two new cases of monkeypox were reported in the capital Delhi on Monday. Monkeypox was confirmed in one of these patients.

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Dr. Kumar said

“Four monkeypox patients are hospitalized and one patient has been discharged. A group of doctors are treating the woman. We tell you that the first case of monkeypox was reported in Delhi on July 24. On July 23,

the World Health Organization declared monkeypox a global health emergency. Around the same time, the first case of monkeypox in India was reported in Kollam district of Kerala.

About monkeypox, Dr. Suresh Kumar of Delhi’s Loknayak Hospital said, monkeypox is not a serious disease. Its main symptoms include fever, headache, body aches, red spots on different parts of the body and weakness. After taking some common medicine for monkeypox, the patient recovers in two to three weeks.

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