CDC recommends 

masks due to a global disease.

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Monday 6, the CDC recommended masks and other health measures to prevent the spread of monkeypox.

In March, monkeypox began spreading.
It takes seven to fourteen days for it to begin developing.

Swollen lymph nodes and fever are common symptoms of monkeypox. Lesions on the hands and feet can spread to other parts of the body, so it's important to seek medical attention as soon as possible.

According to the CDC, the virus is most commonly spread by animals but can also be contracted by humans and recover within a few weeks.

There have been reports of monkeypox cases in 32 countries as of Monday. These include Australia and Canada as well as the United States.

CDC recommends avoiding close contact with people with skin lesions, dead or live wild animals, and contaminated materials.

The CDC updated its monkeypox guidelines to level 2 and recommends travellers wear masks.

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