From 16 July to 1 August vaccinated 73 close contacts of 104 cases, already foreseen (70.2%) already foreseen (70.2%)
The Directorate-General for Health (DGS) corrected for 770 cases of Monkeypox in Portugal, with more than 60 cases in the last week, according to the published report.
From 3 May – the day on which the presence of the virus was detected in Portugal – to 10 August, “770 confirmed cases were identified”, says the DGS, in a statement.
In the same period, 678 cases were reported, with “most” (43%) belonging to the age group between 30 and 39 years. In addition, “most cases” are male (99.3%), with only five cases (0.7%) reported in females.
The DGS recalls, of the first close contacts of cases started on August 16th that advance until August 16th, until August 16th, of the first 73 contacts and July 7th (2%).
The most common symptoms of fever, headache, severe pain, increased back, increased skin, increased breast globules with the progressive increase in eruptions that reach the mucous membranes.
A person who is sick only falls from being infectious and after a full week of crusting, from dermatological deficiencies, a period that can be predicted, four full weeks, according to the DGS.