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Cases of monkeypox have been confirmed in Singapore and South Korea. Since the outbreak began in May, Singapore’s case is the first recorded in Southeast Asia. Singapore’s Ministry of Health confirmed that a 42 year old British flight attendant tested positive for monkeypox on June 20. He was in Singapore between June 15 and June 17, and again on June 19 as he flew in and out of Singapore. The man developed a headache on June 14 and a fever on June 16. The symptoms went away, but then he started to develop a rash on June 19 so he […]

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