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The World Health Organisation has declared monkeypox a public health emergency of international concern. Nearly 70 countries have reported cases of Monkeypox so far.
In July, India had its first known case of monkeypox in Kerala when a 35-year old man who returned from the Middle East was detected with the disease. Since then four cases have been detected, including one in Delhi from a person with no travel history abroad.
Suno India’s Menaka Rao speaks to Dr Giridhar Babu on this issue. He is a professor and head of Life Course epidemiology at the Indian Institute of Public Health, which is a constituent of the Public Health Foundation of India.
First case of monkeypox in India reported from Kerala - The Economic Times
Delhi reports first Monkeypox case, India's fourth | India News - Times of India
Clinical management and infection prevention and control for monkeypox: interim rapid response guidance, 10 June 2022
India's fourth monkeypox case in Delhi; patient went to Himachal, no history of foreign travel
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1. Monkeypox cases in India (00:00:24)
2. Brief introduction to monkeypox (00:01:40)
3. Monkeypox does not spread as much as Covid (00:04:20)
4. Symptoms of Monkeypox (00:05:02)
5. Treatment for Monkeypox and vaccines (00:07:25)
6. Why monkeypox it a public health problem (00:10:17)
7. Are all cases detected in India? (00:13:38)
8. Vulnerable groups and stigma (00:17:34)