Risk of monkeypox spreading to Malaysia is low, says Health Ministry


PETALING JAYA: The risk of monkeypox infection in Malaysia is low, but the government will remain vigilant, says Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.

“The spread of the virus from human to human is quite low. It usually spreads from a (monkeypox) patient, who has had close contact with another person.

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