Monkeypox: All 14 casual contacts of infected M'sian in Singapore free of disease

BATU PAHAT: The Johor Health Department on Thursday (July 14) confirmed that all 14 casual contacts to a Malaysian in Singapore who was infected with monkeypox on July 6 have been confirmed free of the disease.

State Health and Unity Committee chairman Ling Tian Soon said the 14, all of whom were from Johor, had been instructed to undergo self-quarantine at their respective homes for a week.

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