Monkeypox Outbreak Be Prepared

The Monkeypox Virus is the infection that causes Monkeypox. It is a Zoonotic viral illness, which means it can pass from animals to people as well as between humans.

Monkeypox symptoms often appear within three weeks of virus exposure. When experiencing flu-like symptoms, a rash typically appears 1-4 days later.

-Rash on face, hands, feet, body, perianal area or genitals - Rash in mouth, throat, eyes, vagina, and anus - Fever - Swollen lymph nodes

Symtoms of Monkeypox-1

- Muscle and back aches - Headaches - Low energy - Painful swelling inside your rectum (proctitis) - Pain or difficulty when urinating

Symtoms of Monkeypox- 2

By coming into intimate contact with lesions, bodily fluids, respiratory droplets, and contaminated objects like bedding, the monkeypox virus can spread from one person to another.

A person with monkeypox can transfer it to others from the time symptoms appear until the rash has completely healed and a new layer of skin has developed.