Two Suspected Cases Of Monkeypox Reported In Jammu And Kashmir’s Uri


Two suspected cases of monkeypox have been reported in North Kashmir’s Baramulla district today. Its sample has been sent for examination.

Srinagar: Two suspected cases of monkeypox have been reported from Uri area of ​​North Kashmir’s Baramulla district on Monday. According to officials, the suspected cases are local residents of Uri and as a precaution they have been kept in isolation.

Officials said, ‘The cases have developed fever and smallpox or chickenpox-like sores on their skin. Their samples have been sent to SKIMS Department of Microbiology. He further said, ‘As of now we cannot confirm monkeypox, but at the same time cannot rule it out.

“We are waiting for the reports which will clear the confusion about the disease,” he said. Monkeypox is a viral zoonotic disease. Which has symptoms similar to smallpox. The World Health Organization has called the outbreak a global health emergency.

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