Riyadh: The Saudi Ministry of Health has issued a statement saying that no case of Monkey Pax virus has been reported in the kingdom.
According to the Saudi Ministry of Health, there have been no reports of a new epidemic in the kingdom, but the kingdom is fully prepared to deal with the virus.
A statement from the ministry said that cases of the monkey pox virus had been confirmed in several countries and that Saudi health officials were in contact with the WHO over the outbreak.
The ministry also said that all necessary medical and laboratory tests are available in the country, and that instructions have been issued to healthcare workers in this regard.
After Karuna, the world was in danger of a new epidemic
It should be noted that the world has not yet fully recovered from the ill effects of the Corona epidemic and another dangerous epidemic of Monkey Pax is looming on the horizon.
Monkey Pax is a contagious disease found in remote areas of Central and West Africa. Most people recover in a few weeks, some of the major symptoms include fever, body aches, swelling, headaches, fatigue and blisters.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says about 80 cases of monkey pox have been confirmed in 11 countries, with further cases expected.