monkeypox in Pakistan
ARY News reported on Thursday that the National Institute of Health (NIH) has confirmed a case of the monkeypox virus in Pakistan.
According to information provided by NIH officials, the patient who has been identified as having the monkeypox virus is receiving care at the Rawalpindi Hospital.
Although there is no possibility of the virus spreading, the NIH is investigating the spread of monkeypox.
The last two cases of monkeypox recorded in Pakistan have recovered from the illness, according to health officials.
The final two monkeypox victims in Pakistan make a full recovery
Details indicate that after testing negative for the illness, the patients admitted to the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (Pims) have recovered from it.
Five cases of monkeypox were reported in Pakistan, and each patient is now healthy. Two instances of monkeypox were recorded in the nation among visitors from Saudi Arabia in April.
Virus of monkeypox
A virus that is comparable to the smallpox virus in humans causes the uncommon but potentially lethal disease known as monkeypox. It spreads from animals to people and can spread from one person to another when they are in close proximity.
Vaccines and treatments made for smallpox and authorized for use in specific nations.
In July 2022. In November, the group remained on high alert.
The organization changed the name of the illness from monkeypox to pox in November due to concerns about stigma and racism connected with the former word.