Delhi Records 5th Monkeypox Case As 22-YO Woman Tests Positive
New Delhi: The national capital recorded its fifth case of moneypox after a 22-year-old woman of African-origin tested positive.
According to reports, the woman had travelled to Africa a month ago.
Last week, the city had recorded its 4th patient when a Nigerian woman was found infected with the virus.
India has so far recorded at least 10 patients infected with the virus.
Worldwide, the United States is among the worst-hit country and Europe is among the worst-hit regions. More than 31,000 cases have been registered this year globally in over 80 countries that have not historically reported the virus.