News Desk: The whole world is worried about the new virus 'Monkeypox' which has spread in at least 12 countries. The Department of Health has issued warnings in every port of the country to prevent the spread of the virus. On Saturday (May 21) night, the matter was confirmed to the media by the spokesperson of the Department of Health and the director of the disease control branch, Prof. Dr. Nazmul Islam. "We have asked all posts, including airports and land ports, to be vigilant," he said. If a suspect arrives, they should be identified and rushed to an infectious disease hospital. Nazmul Islam said, "We don't have a chance to be so panicked about Monkey Pox." We are monitoring the overall situation of the virus. We will take data from all over the world and we will take whatever action is required. Meanwhile, health officials around the world have expressed concern over the growing number of monkeypox cases in Europe and elsewhere. Viral infections are the most common in West and Central Africa, but this time they have crossed the line. The World Health Organization (WHO) says about 70 people have been confirmed to be infected with the monkeypox as of Friday, and another 50 cases are being investigated in 11 countries.