The virus that causes & # 8220; smallpox & # 8221; is much less contagious than the coronavirus. But even more important at the moment is not to stigmatize patients. We can not stigmatize either the love affair or the encounter between people of the same sex, because the & # 8220; monkey pox & # 8221; it is not a sexually transmitted disease. This is pointed out in a Facebook post by Professor of Health Policy Elias Mosialos of the School of Economics & amp; Political Science (LSE) and Imperial College London.
As he states, & # 8220; unfortunately, it was unfortunate to report from public mouths that the majority of smallpox patients were men who had sexual intercourse with men. Unfortunate because the children used to be sent by their mothers to catch chickenpox from the neighbors. Unfortunate because it could also happen between women who have sex with men or women. The younger ones may not know it, but the older ones certainly know how stigmatized gay men are with AIDS. It's been almost four decades since then & # 8221 ;.
He also points out that & # 8220; with almost 100 cases of monkey pox, it started & # 8211; reasonably for the most vulnerable – the concern for new possible limitations due to a disease transmitted from person to person. At the same time, due to the pressure for immediate answers. explanations for the transmission path also began.
Who is she; Let's just say it. The virus can be transmitted through the respiratory tract (these heavy droplets that are not carried away). Ή through the contact of a healthy person with the blisters or sores or abrasions of a symptomatic patient. Or even without direct skin contact. That is, a close relative or caregiver can be wiped with the same towel and become infected. A nurse or even a hospital cleaner can touch the patient's sheets, not disinfect them and become infected. An erotic partner can also touch his man and become infected & # 8221 ;. & Eta; & lambda; ί & alpha; & sigmaf; & Mu; ό & sigma; & iota; & alpha; & lambda; & omicron; & sigmaf ;: & Eta; & epsilon; & upsilon; & lambda; & omicron; & gamma; & iota; ά & tau; & omega; & pi; & pi; & pi; or & kappa; & omega; & nu; & delta; & epsilon; & nu; & epsilon; ί & nu; & alpha; & iota; & sigma; & epsilon; & xi; & omicron; & upsilon; & alpha; & lambda; & iota; & kappa; ά & mu; & epsilon & ta “& delta; ό & mu; & epsilon; & nu; & eta; & nu; ό & sigma; & omicron; & sigmaf;” />
The Professor of Health Policy Elias Mosialos of the School of Economics & amp; Political Science (LSE) and Imperial College London.