After the coronavirus, the Monkeypox virus was now seen in the UK. According to the news in the British Daily Mail newspaper, official authorities confirmed that the deadly virus was detected in two people in the country. British authorities made the first statement about the condition of the patients. According to the same news, it was underlined that two people with the virus received it from abroad.
WHERE IS THE MONKEY FLOWER SEEN?
Monkey pox is mostly seen in Central and West Africa. However, British authorities did not reveal the identities of the patients and which country they were visiting. It was announced that the patients were infected from the first weeks of May and were quarantined under pandemic restrictions when they returned to the UK. According to the news in the British press, the patients in question were in home quarantine within the scope of Covid rules. The Health Minister described the situation as ‘absolutely standard’ and insisted that ‘such epidemics are encountered all the time’.
WHAT IS THE MONKEY POLO VIRUS, WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS?
The rare tropical disease that causes skin blisters is caused by a virus spread by monkeys, rats, squirrels and other small mammals. However, scientists underlined that the transmission of this virus from person to person is very rare, and underlined that it does not spread as easily as coronavirus.