Monkeypox spread due to this, WHO expert claims
Monkeypox spread due to this, WHO expert claims

New Delhi: The WHO is upset over the rapidly spreading monkeypox infection across the world. According to the WHO, cases of monkeypox have been reported in Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, the UK and the US. Who has said that monkeypox cases may increase further. Which the WHO is eyeing.

Monkeypox is spread when a person comes in contact with another person, animal or infected with a virus. The virus can enter the body through the skin, respiratory tract or eyes, nose and mouth. In humans-to-human, it is normally spread only through respiratory droplets. From animals to humans, these can spread by cutting or scratching. Monkeypox can also spread from one person to another due to sex and a shocking claim has been made by the WHO expert about it.

The who's chief advisor has described the spread of the rare disease Monkeypox in developed countries as a unique phenomenon. He has cited sexual activities at two recent rave parties in Europe as a possible cause of monkeypox spread. Dr. Is The Head Of The Emergency Department Of The WHO. David Heyman said that the spread of the disease has been caused by sexual relations. WHO experts say that the spread of the disease has been caused by sexual activities between homosexuals and others at two rave parties held in Spain and Belgium. Monkeypox had not previously spread outside Africa, where the disease was locally transmitted. Heyman said, "We know that monkeypox can spread when someone comes in close contact with the infected and the spread of the disease increases further due to sexual relations.''

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