Monkeypox suspected in Morocco and Sudan

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 Monkeypox suspected in Morocco and Sudan

Authorities in Morocco and Sudan are investigating suspected cases of monkeypox.

This is reported by the BBC, citing the African Center for Disease Control.

Associate director of the centre, Dr. Ahmed Ogwell, said that all African countries have been advised to scale up surveillance and testing.

Recall that cases of monkeypox have been identified in Europe, the United States, and even in UAE.

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