Monkeypox virus (MPV) is a rare viral infectious disease similar to human smallpox caused by monkeypox virus, and it is also a zoonotic disease. Mainly found in the tropical rain forests of central and western Africa. The main route of transmission is animal-to-human transmission. People are infected with the disease by being bitten by infected animals or by direct contact with the blood and body fluids of infected animals. The Monkeypox virus is a high fatality rate virus, so the early screening test is very important to control the Monkeypox virus spread.
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