- Monkeypox is a rare viral disease that is found mostly in the rainforest countries of central and west Africa The virus can spread to humans from an infected animal through an animal bite or direct contact with the animal's lesions or body fluids.
how did it spread
monkey-pox can spread to human from an infected animal through an animal bite or direct contact with the animal's lesions or body fluids. The disease also can be spread from person to person, although it is much less infectious than smallpox.
could affect a countries government
the goverment would not have alot of money to pay for the Disease. A lot of poeple get it could hurt the country. because they would not have no medic. then they could not fix or help them because everybody would be hurt and sick.
how a major outbreak of this disease an epidemic or pandemic could affect a countries economy?
Human monkeypox was first identified in humans in 1970 in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Since then, the majority of cases have been reported in rural regions of the Congo Basin and western Africa, particularly in the Democratic Republic of Congo. In 1996-97, a major outbreak occurred in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
How a major outbreak of this disease an epidemic or pandemic could affect a countries culture
In Africa, monkeypox infection has been found in many animal species: rope squirrels, tree squirrels, Gambian rats, striped mice, doormice and primates. Doubts persist on the natural history of the virus and further studies are needed to identify the exact reservoir of the monkeypox virus and how it is maintained in nature
In the USA, the virus is thought to have been transmitted from African animals to a number of susceptible non-African species (like prairie dogs) with which they were co-housed.
What does this say about the country
During monkeypox outbreaks, close contact with other patients is the most significant risk factor for monkeypox virus infection. In the absence of specific treatment and a vaccine, the only way to reduce infection in people is by raising awareness of the risk factors and educating people about the measures they can take to reduce exposure to the virus.