Israel reports 66 cases of monkeypox

Today, Tuesday, the Israeli Ministry of Health reported that 66 people in the country are infected with monkeypox.

The press office of the Ministry of Health in the Arab Community said that the ministry monitors information around the world and is in contact with health authorities and authorities in different countries.

The ministry urged anyone who suffers from a high fever and skin rash with fluid-filled blisters, or who has been near a person who may have monkeypox, to see a doctor.

The Information Office said the Israeli Ministry of Health is working to procure a third generation of monkeypox vaccines from the manufacturer and has received relatively few additional vaccines currently in the country and in use.

Monkeypox is a viral disease characterized by fever, a rash with fluid-filled vesicles, and swollen lymph nodes.

Source: RT

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