On June 11, 2003, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a joint order in response to the first reported outbreak of monkeypox in the United States. Specifically, CDC prohibited the importation of all African rodents into the United States and FDA banned the sale, distribution, transport, or release into the environment of prairie dogs and six specific genera of African rodents within the United States.
The six genera of African rodents include:
Rope squirrels (Funiscuirus sp.)
Tree squirrels (Heliosciurus sp.)
African giant pouched rats (Cricetomys sp.)
Brush-tailed porcupines (Atherurus sp.)
Dormice (Graphiurus sp.)
Striped mice (Lemniscomys sp.)_
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Even if you don’t know what schadenfreude means, chances are you’ve experienced it at least once in your life. Maybe when your annoying coworker fell out of his chair. Maybe when your know-it-all classmate got a bad mark on a test. Maybe when your loud neighbors got their power cut off. If you’ve ever felt joy when something bad happened to someone else, you’ve experienced schadenfreude.
Monkeypox Signs and Symptoms
Know the symptoms of monkeypox and when to contact a healthcare professional.
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