[BREAKING NEWS] Health Ministry calls for vigilance as SA records a second monkeypox case. The patient is a 32-year-old male from Cape Town with no travel history. The ministry suggests there's a high possibility of local transmission.
The Minister of Health, Dr Joe Phaahla calls for vigilance as the country records another positive case of Monkeypox disease.
What's worrying is that both of these men have "no travel history", so this means this virus is already amongst us. So disheartening. I hope it won't spread crazily in SA.
Corvid started like this and they didn’t bother to prevent some movements so we’ll see what’s gonna happen
Two whole cases. Anything on cancer diagnoses? Diabetiese? Wait lets hear the daily HIV infections! Thank the pope that came around when it did. Can you imagine if HIV had to be a now virus?
It is going to look like the only people getting monkeypox are men that have sex with men as long as they are basically the only people they will test
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