As U.S. cases continue to rise, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released new guidance for monkeypox. On Tuesday, the national public health agency detailed how to identify the rare virus based on symptoms from newly reported cases.
Previously, the first signs of monkeypox were fever, headache, muscle aches, chills and exhaustion. Around one to three days after those first symptoms, infected people develop a rash, typically on the face, that then spreads to other parts of the body.
Now, the CDC says most patients will first show signs of a rash — typically on the mouth or “genital or perianal area” — which will turn into fluid-filled blisters. In recent patients, these lesions appear in the same area of the body compared to previous patients that saw lesions scattered around the body.
Background: A few cases of Herpes Zoster and Simplex reactivation following COVID-19 immunization have been recently described, but the real extent of this suspected adverse event has not been elucidated yet.
The Department of Disease Control (DDC) has confirmed that three suspected cases of monkeypox were in fact herpes.
Normally monkeypox patients can recover within 2-4 weeks if they do not develop intercurrent diseases such as encephalitis, pneumonitis and septicaemia, he said.
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