One of the best ways to protect yourself from Monkey Pox is to practice good hygiene such as properly washing your hands and avoiding contact with infected persons or animals. Additionally, it is important to vaccinate yourself and family members against Monkey Pox.
Monkey Pox is spread through direct contact with infected animals or humans. An infected person may spread the virus through the air, saliva, and other body fluids. Therefore, it is important to avoid contact with anyone displaying symptoms of the virus which may include fever, headache, body aches, swollen lymph nodes and a rash.
It is also important to avoid contact with wild animals, such as monkeys, rats, and squirrels, as they may be carrying the virus. Finally, avoid being in crowded places and avoid touching other people’s items, such as clothing, towels, or bedding that may have been in contact with the virus.
By following these preventive measures, you can reduce the risk of contracting Monkey Pox and protect yourself from the virus.