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SYMPTOMS NOT CONFIRMED MONKEY POX – MAKHELE

Maseru, June 17– Following the report of nine suspected cases of Monkey Pox in the country late last week, diagnosis made on the suspected people have not confirmed mpox. Maseru District Medical Officer (DMO) Dr. Moseme Makhele has said.

The suspected cases were of learners from New Millennium English Medium School who were from a school trip in Durban.

Monkeypox is an infectious disease caused by the monkeypox virus. Most people fully recover, but some get very sick. 

Symptoms of monkeypox include an unexplained acute rash and back pain, swollen lymph nodes, acute onset of fever, headache, muscle and body aches and low energy. . .

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