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Monkey pox Kyle Krymowski, Isaiah Spencer and Sam Prefario
What is Monkey pox Monkey pox is a virus that is easy to spread around.
How You Get “Monkey Pox” You get the disease by having direct contact or getting bitten by an animal that has been infected by the disease.
Symptoms of “Monkey pox” The symptoms of the disease are…. bumps all over your body bumps all over your body Fevers Fevers Headaches Headaches And muscle aches And muscle aches
Symptom Treatments There is no proven treatment for the symptoms There is no proven treatment for the symptoms
Treatment For The Disease antibiotics? Vaccination (prevent yourself from getting it in the first place)
Prevent the Spread Get small pox vaccine, and if you have it don’t make direct contact with people.
News Article The last known news article was on January 12, The news article said that its important to stay away from animals that could be infected.
Credits Director: Isaiah Spencer Director: Isaiah Spencer Special Effects: Samuel Prefario Special Effects: Samuel Prefario Picture Person: Kyle Krymowski Picture Person: Kyle Krymowski
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