10 points about preventing monkeypox

Avoid contact with wild animals such as monkeys, rodents, and squirrels, especially those from areas that have reported cases of monkeypox.

Wash your hands regularly with soap and water, especially after touching animals or caring for infected people.

Wear gloves and other protective clothing when handling animals or caring for infected patients.

Cook meat thoroughly and handle it safely to reduce the risk of infection.

Avoid consumption of bushmeat or game meat.

Keep your environment clean and sanitary.

Avoid contact with infected people or their bodily fluids, including blood, urine, and saliva.

Cover any cuts or wounds and avoid touching them without washing your hands.