Three More Struck by Monkeypox in Hungary

  • 17 Jun 2022 8:39 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
Three More Struck by Monkeypox in Hungary
Currently six people have the monkeypox in Hungary, the National Centre for Public Health announced.

The newly infected are three men aged 37, 39 and 33 from different parts of the country.

All three visited clinics with symptoms suggestive of monkeypox.

The clinics took samples, and sent them to the National Safety Laboratory, where the infection was confirmed.

The condition of the patients is satisfactory, and none of them need to be hospitalised. All three are quarantining in their homes.

All six confirmed cases of smallpox in Hungary to date occurred in men aged 20-40.

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