BREAKING NEWS | 2nd Case Of Monkeypox Recorded In South Africa
A second case of the monkeypox disease has been reported in South Africa. The ministry of health has called for South Africans to be vigilant and to practice safety.
The ministry also confirmed that a 32 year old male patient from Cape Town, with no travel history is the 2nd comfirmed case.
The 1st case that was recorded a week ago, was after a 30 year old man from Johannesburg with no travel history had been a confirmed case.
The government is expected to put measure in place to ensure that the spreading is the virus is minimised in order to reduce its impact.
The source of the disease and the linkage is still under investigation.
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Source : https://www.news24.com/news24/southafrica/news/breaking-news-live-all-the-latest-news-alerts-from-across-south-africa-with-news24-20220601
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