There are already six suspected cases of monkeypox in Brazil

The Ministry of Health of Brazil reported that this Saturday four suspected cases of monkey pox in the country, so in total, there are already six possible infections of this disease in Brazilian territory.

They added that although no official case of this disease has been confirmed, people suspected of having monkeypox are in isolation and under strict medical observation.

As reported in AmericanPost.Newsthe World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that 70 deaths from this disease were recorded in Africa, where there are also 250 active cases of this disease.

Suspected monkeypox cases on the rise

No cases of this disease have been confirmed in Brazil There are more than 600 cases of this disease in the world

Previously, the Brazilian health authorities announced that there were two suspected cases of monkeypox, which were registered in the state of Ceará and Santa Catarina. Later, others were detected in Mato Grosso do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul and Rondonia, in the west and where there are two patients.

It is worth mentioning that one of these cases would be a man who recently traveled from Portugal. There was a suspicion that the disease came from Argentinawhere the first case of monkeypox in Latin America was confirmed.

Given this scenario, the Brazilian health authorities called on the population to reinforce the recommended health measures to avoid contagion of this disease. It is worth mentioning that Chile recently presented a protocol that was developed specifically to prevent the proliferation of the virus that causes monkeypox.

They offer monkeypox vaccine

There are more than 600 cases of this disease in the world

In the face of the monkeypox outbreak that is being experienced worldwide, the United States is working on the application of tests and contact tracing, in order to offer vaccines against this endemic disease of the African continent. According to the WHO, there are more than 600 cases of this disease worldwide.

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