Three suspected cases of monkeypox in Morocco are negative

The information was confirmed by the Ministry of Health and Social Security through a press release published this Wednesday, May 25.

As part of the general follow-up and monitoring of the possible occurrence of cases in Morocco, three suspected cases of monkeypox were announced by the Ministry of Health.

The presence of the disease in Europe led to the establishment of a response and surveillance plan in Morocco. Three suspected cases have been identified in this connection.

Biological tests of all three patients were done, the results of which were proved. negative muck, analysis done on Laboratory of the Ibn Sina Military Hospital in Marrakechów, says the Ministry of Health. Suspected cases are “in good health and under medical supervision”, the same source says.

Ministry confirms that to date the epidemiological data available in Morocco do not reportno confirmed case of monkeypox,

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