Fifth case of monkeypox found in Delhi, woman admitted to LNJP hospital found infected

Amit Kumar Jha
Monkeypox in Delhi
Monkeypox in Delhi

A fifth patient of monkeypox has been found in the capital. The report of the woman admitted to Lok Nayak Hospital has come positive.

The fifth case of monkeypox has been reported in Delhi. The report of a female patient of African origin admitted to Loknayak Hospital has come positive. The woman lived in South Delhi. After getting symptoms of monkeypox, he was admitted to Loknayak Hospital. Monkeypox has been confirmed in the report on Saturday.

According to Dr. Suresh Kumar, Medical Director of Loknayak Hospital, the woman found infected with monkeypox is originally from Africa. After getting the symptoms, samples of the woman were sent for examination, which have come positive. He said that the condition of the woman is better.

Dr. Suresh told that a total of five cases of monkeypox have been reported in Loknayak Hospital. One of these patients has been discharged from the hospital after recovering. At the same time, four patients of monkeypox are admitted in the hospital, including two female and two male patients. The condition of all four patients is better. The three patients found earlier are also recovering fast.