Is monkey pox a real diseases 361 camp or die
Not medical advice: Monkeypox is a rare viral disease that mainly occurs in central and western Africa. The disease earned the monkey pox name because it was first found in laboratory monkeys in 1958. Symptoms include nausea, fever, a blister like rash and a generally unwell feeling. The disease lasts 2-4 weeks and there is no effective treatment to date. In the U.S., people have gotten sick from the monkeypox virus by having contact with sick pet prairie dogs that were imported with infected African rodents.
The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) recently quarantined a jet in Chicago because a passenger was thought to exhibit a monkeypox rash. After a 3-hour delay and evaluation by experts it was determined that the woman returning from a trip to Uganda, Africa had been bitten by a bug and was infected with scabies and not the monkeypox virus.