Last Monday, a Thai woman in her 37s from Bangkok became the sixth victim. RT-PCR confirmed her sickness on Friday. The patient’s anus sores and fever started on August 21. If you experience blisters, rashes, or pustules on your body along with a fever, headache, a sore throat, or enlarged lymph nodes, get checked out. The seventh case of monkeypox was reported to the disease control department in Thailand on Tuesday.

Before leaving for Thailand, the 25-year-old Thai woman began experiencing symptoms in Dubai. A woman has the illness, according to information released on Saturday by Bamrasnaradura Infectious Diseases Institute. The patient, according to Dr. Opas, had a foreigner but hadn’t recently traveled. In the world, 48,331 instances of monkeypox have been documented, including 15 fatalities. Most cases are found in the US, Spain, Brazil, France, and Germany. The woman claimed that on August 10 in Qatar, she first noticed blisters on her intimate parts. In the northeastern province of Maha Sarakham, Thailand, a 21-year-old woman has monkeypox. The woman thinks that Qatar is where her issues started. The sixth confirmed incidence of monkeypox in Thailand occurred this month. Up to September 11, three people who are close to the woman will be watched. She visited Nonthaburi for medical attention two days later after developing more blisters. Dr. Opas advised against having sex with those who haven’t been tested and to stay away from anyone who has a fever, rash, or blisters. Put on a face mask at all times, and wash your hands with soap and water or alcohol-based hand cleaner. A 27-year-old Nigerian man was the first victim in Phuket, followed by a Thai man in Bangkok, a German visitor in Phuket, and a Thai woman in Samut Prakan.

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