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Cases of suspicious monkeypox are very unlikely to be recorded first in Cyprus-Ministry

Thursday’s Ministry of Health sent a message that it is very unlikely that Cyprus recorded the first case of monkeypox infection following Tuesday’s suspicious case.

Specifically, an initial examination of a 34-year-old foreign man who was first admitted to Pafos General Hospital with a rash on his torso and face did not show monkeypox, the ministry said. Mann said.

The man had just arrived from Portugal and medical staff at a hospital in a coastal city immediately enabled the monkeypox protocol. Therefore, he was transferred to Nicosia General Hospital late at night for further examination.

In addition, Nicosia doctors will continue to test to eliminate the possibility of linking to the highly contagious virus monkeypox.

It causes symptoms such as fever and pain and shows a peculiar bumpy rash.

https://in-cyprus.philenews.com/highly-unlikely-suspicious-monkeypox-case-will-be-first-one-recorded-in-cyprus/ Cases of suspicious monkeypox are very unlikely to be recorded first in Cyprus-Ministry

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