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Monkeypox: Ministry of Health issued guidelines

Thiruvananthapuram: The Union Health Ministry has issued guidelines on measures that can be taken to reduce exposure to monkeypox patients. Health experts point out that anyone can contract monkeypox if they have prolonged or repeated contact with an infected person.
Close contact with infected people during monkeypox outbreaks in humans is the most important risk factor for monkeypox virus infection, according to the guidance. Avoid contact with any objects, such as bedding, that have been in contact with a patient with monkeypox. Practice hand hygiene after contact with infected persons.

Wear masks and disposable gloves when approaching infected people. Use disinfectants to clean the area. Don’t use bedding and towels that have been used by people with monkeypox. The guidelines also say not to attend public events if you have symptoms of monkeypox.

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