Monkeypox case in Kuwait! suspected case found in Telangana person

A suspected case of monkeypox was detected in Telangana, state officials said. A 40-year old person, who returned from Kuwait to Kamareddy district in Telangana, has shown symptoms of monkeypox, officials added on Sunday. Monkeypox case in Kuwait! suspected Case found in Telangana person.

The patient is being shifted to Government Fever Hospital, they said. The person, who showed symptoms of monkeypox, came from Kuwait on July 6 and developed fever on July 20. The person got admitted to a private hospital in Kamareddy district after developing rashes on July 23, State Director of Public Health G Srinivasa Rao said in a release.

The doctor at the private hospital after noticing symptoms of monkeypox referred the person to the government hospital in Kamareddy district and from there the patient is being shifted to Fever Hospital here, Rao said. After collecting samples from the patient, it will be sent to the NIV Pune and till then the patient will be kept in an isolation ward.

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“We have identified six people who were in contact with the person. Though they do not have any symptoms, they have also been kept in isolation,” the senior health official said. Telangana Health Minister T Harish Rao reviewed the situation and based on his directions all necessary measures are being undertaken, the health official added.

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