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How can you protect yourself from monkeypox? 

How can you protect yourself from monkeypox? This has now been a new concern to the global health sector. People are trying to protect themselves from being infected with the monkeypox virus.

The virus is growing faster particularly in Europe and North America. However, this is less deadly than smallpox but it lasts for two to four weeks with its painful impacts.

Here you will know about how to protect yourself from Monkeypox before go through the process of vaccination. 

How To Protect Yourself From Monkeypox, 6 Tips To Follow

How to protect yourself from monkeypox?

The United Kingdom’s National Health Service And the US Center of Disease Control has mentioned some precautions. The precautions accounts for these following 6 Tips. By following these, you can reduce your risk of catching monkeypox. 

Tip#1

Wash your hands with soap regularly and use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

Tip#2

If someone has symptoms of Monkeypox and you know that, then use personal protective equipments (PPE). 

Tip#3

Try to eat the meat that is properly cooked. This is a part of regular precaution to take for better health care.

Tip#4

Do not expose to wild or stray animals, including the animals that look unwell and also the dead animals.

Tip#5

Do not share towels or bedding to the people who are not well and may have monkeypox. 

Tip#6

Avoid close contacts with the people who are not well and may have monkeypox. Try to maintain social distance as you did for COVID-19. 

Read Also: Monkeypox cases are increasing, Health Authorities In UK Reports

What Should You Do When You Catch Monkeypox?

If yo have the symptoms of monkeypox, you will take medical care accordingly. The symptoms of monkeypox are headaches, swelling, muscle aches, back pain and fever.

Accordingly, if you find these symptoms in your body, you should isolate yourself from physical contact with others. Then, you must seek medical advice immediately. 

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