MANILA, Philippines — A Filipino has been contaminated with monkeypox in Singapore, stated the Division of Overseas Affairs (DOH) on Sunday.
“There may be one reported case of a Filipino male in Singapore who has been contaminated with monkeypox,” stated DFA spokesperson Teresita Daza in a Viber message.
In response to Singapore’s Ministry of Well being (MOH) in a monkeypox native state of affairs report, the stated case was a 31-year previous Filipino, who examined constructive for the monkeypox virus on July 25.
It stated that the affected person first developed a fever on July 21, earlier than growing rashes on his face and physique.
“He sought medical care at SGH (Singapore Normal Hospital) on 24 July and was admitted on t…
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