Ecuador registers second case of monkeypox, countries exceed 1000 cases

The Ministry of Public Health of Ecuador, confirmed this Tuesday its second confirmed case of Monkeypox in the country, it is about a 27-year-old man who had contact abroad, It was specified that he was identified at the airport and after the necessary tests he was taken to a specialized hospital.

Although the patient is stable, the authorities are already working on tracing the contagion, since, as indicated, he had contact with four people, they also explained that he is kept under surveillance and shelter to prevent the spread of the disease.

Faced with the second case of this zoonotic disease, they asked the population to take extreme precautions and avoid close contact, as reported in AmericanPost.News, The virus can be spread by undergoing any contact with an infected person, since through contact with infected objects it can trigger the infection in a healthy person.

Monkeypox cases in the world

Ecuador registers second case of monkeypox, countries exceed 1,000 cases Cases in Germany reach 2,000

The alarms for the increase in cases of monkeypox have already been lit in the United States, registering more than 1972 active cases and more than 100 suspects, according to information provided to AmericanPost.News, New York is the state with the highest incidence with 521 cases, followed by California with 267 and Illinois with 200, in addition to Georgia with 110, the District of Columbia with 108, Florida with 180, Massachusetts with 51, Pennsylvania with 61 and Texas with 80.

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Germany reports 2,000 cases of monkeypox

Cases in Germany reach 2000

According to what is issued by the German authorities, there are already 2,000 active cases of monkeypox, being the capital berlin lThe entity with the most cases identified with 1,140, ​​given the increase in cases, vaccination of some sectors of the most vulnerable population has been implemented to prevent them from being infected.

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