New Delhi: Kerala has reported the first death of a monkeypox case in India. The 22-year-old man hailed from Thrissur district of the state.
ANI quoted state’s health minister Veena George as saying that the man had tested positive in a “foreign country.” Other media reports said he was diagnosed with the infection in the United Arab Emirates and had landed in India on July 22. He was admitted to a hospital in the state for ‘fatigue and encephalitis’.
The News Minute quoted George as saying that though the man had a swollen lymph node, which is one of the symptoms of monkeypox, he did not have skin rashes – the most classical manifestation. According to the website, it was only after the death that the authorities got to know he had tested positive for the virus on July 19 in UAE.
He was admitted to hospital on July 27 as he developed a fever. Kerala’s health minister has reportedly ordered an inquiry into the death. The inquiry will try to find out the causes responsible for the death because the case fatality rate of the currently circulating clade of the virus is 3-6% only and India has reported just five cases of the disease.
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