Tanzanian health officials have issued a warning about a monkeypox outbreak in many European nations. According to Xinhua, Godwin Mollel, Deputy Minister of Health, released a statement warning people to avoid monkeypox and other dangerous diseases.
“At this point, no cases of monkeypox have been documented in Tanzania,” Mollel added, advising the public to avoid handling or eating sick animals or corpses, as well as touching anything used by a sick animal. Monkeypox symptoms include fever, headaches, edema, back pain, aching muscles, and weariness.
The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday that additional infectious instances of the viral zoonotic disease monkeypox are expected after 20 nations reported cases.
Monkeypox symptoms include fever, headaches, edema, back pain, aching muscles, and weariness. Rashes and lesions may spread to other places of the body in patients with a more serious illness.