Monkeypox Virus: Fourth case of monkeypox surfaced in Delhi, confirmed infection in Nigerian citizen

She told that she is the first woman in the country in which the infection of monkeypox has been confirmed. Sources said that the woman has fever and rash on her hands and has been admitted to Loknayak Jaiprakash Hospital.

New Delhi: In the national capital on Wednesday, a 31-year-old woman from Nigeria was confirmed with monkeypox infection, after which the number of infected in Delhi has increased to 4. Sources said that after the arrival of new cases of monkeypox in Delhi, now the number of infected with this infection in the country has increased to 9.


She told that she is the first woman in the country in which the infection of monkeypox has been confirmed. Sources said that the woman has a fever and rash on her hands and has been admitted to Loknayak Jaiprakash Hospital.


She told that her sample was sent for examination and the infection was confirmed in him on Wednesday. Sources in the team closely monitoring the condition of Monkeypox said, "She was admitted to LNJP Hospital on Tuesday. The condition of the woman is stable at present.” He said that no information about her recent foreign travel has been received.


WHO declared a global public health emergency.