Monkeypox: No cases received by Health Ministry so far

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  • Tuesday, 24 May 2022

KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry (MOH) confirmed that it has not received any notification regarding a monkeypox infection or of a child said to be infected with the virus here, as claimed on social media.

The MOH, in a Twitter post, stated that it had not received any notification regarding the monkeypox infection as of 5pm today.

"If the viral video is true, the guardian is advised to take the child to a nearby government health facility immediately for examination and treatment," he said.

The public is also advised not to spread any news that is unverified. - Bernama

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