Delhi Monkeypox Case Live Updates: Man from Delhi without any history of foreign travel tests positive for Monkeypox virus

Delhi Monkeypox Case Live Updates: Man from Delhi without any history of foreign travel tests positive for Monkeypox virus

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Arvind Kejriwal on generating employment in Delhi

We’ve decided to generate employment in the next 5 years. Thus Delhi, known as food capital of India, will get revamped food hubs. Delhi has various markets of Tibetan, Punjabi food. We’ll improve their physical infrastructure, roads, electricity, hygiene

The hunger for gold will continue

– Neeraj Chopra after winning silver in World Athletics Championship

BJP President JP Nadda to attend the BJP Mukhyamantri Parishad meeting in Delhi shortly

Recruitment scam

Kolkata: Arpita Mukherjee close aide of WB cabinet minister & former Education Minister Partha Chatterjee, will be produced before Bankshall Court today. ED to seek her custody today. ED recovered approx Rs 20 crore in cash from her residential premises in searches linked to recruitment scam

Agniveer Airforce recruitment exam begins

  • The first-ever examination for the recruitment in Indian Air Force through the new ‘Agnipath’ recruitment scheme began across the country on Sunday morning amid tight police security.

  • This exam is being conducted in many parts of the country including Delhi, Kanpur and Patna. This exam is being conducted from July 24 to July 31 across the country.

EV 2-wheeler sales to go up by 78% in 2030

As the electric vehicle (EV) makers grapple with continuous fire incidents, a new report has shown that the sales penetration of electric two-wheelers is expected to increase by 78 percent by 2030, on the back of government policies, technology, infrastructure and consumer acceptance. India currently has 3,000 EV charging stations, with six of them available per 1,000 EVs.

CBDT chairman Nitin Gupta says prompt redressal of taxpayer’s grievances remains top priority

DGCA starts 2 month long special audit of airlines

Directorate General of Civil Aviation has started a two month long special audit of airlines following this month’s spot checks that revealed that inadequate and unqualified engineering personnel are certifying carriers’ planes before their departure. The spot checks were carried out by the aviation regulator as a result of many technical malfunctions in Indian carriers’ planes in these last 45 days.

India Covid Cases

India records 20,279 new COVID19 cases today

WHO South-East Asia Region on Monkeypox

Monkeypox spreading rapidly & to countries that haven’t seen it before. Cases concentrated among men who have sex with men. Our measures should be sensitive, devoid of stigma or discrimination

Govt plans to reduce prices of critical drugs on August 15

In a move that is expected to bring relief to many patients by bringing down the cost of healthcare, the Center may announce a crucial decision on August 15 to significantly bring down prices of some critical medicines such as those for cancer, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.

PM congratulates Neeraj Chopra on historic win

Symptoms of monkeypox

The pathogen typically causes flu-like symptoms, followed by a rash that often starts on the face and spreads down the belly. The illness often lasts for two weeks to a month, and can be deadly.

US health officials told reporters on Friday they’ve been weighing a similar declaration, which would ultimately come from the Department of Health and Human Services.

A PHEIC — pronounced “fake” — applies to an extraordinary event that carries a public-health risk via the international spread of a disease, and one that potentially requires a coordinated response. It can be used to encourage nations to cooperate on countermeasures, while letting the agency recommend steps such as travel advisories.

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus personally intervened after nine members of the expert committee were against declaring the monkeypox outbreak an emergency, while six were in favor. Tedros and the health organization had faced criticism in some quarters that they acted too slowly to ratchet up the alarms on Covid.

All three cases reported in India currently are from Kerala — returnees from the UAE.

The WHO and national governments have been facing intense pressure from scientists and public health experts to take more action on monkeypox. Cases of the viral disease have ballooned since the committee first met at the end of June, when there were only about 3,000 cases.

There have been more than 16,000 cases of monkeypox in more than 75 countries, and five deaths in Africa. The viral disease has been spreading mainly in men who have sex with men in the recent outbreak, outside Africa where it is endemic.


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