Dengue remains a threat, monkeypox is no cause for alarm yet, says MMA


PETALING JAYA: Dengue should remain as a greater concern to the public over monkeypox, says Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) president.

Dr Koh Kar Chai on Tuesday (May 24) said that the public should not be alarmed about monkeypox yet despite the disease having broken out from its endemic region in the African continent.

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