Monkeypox case confirmed in UK: Know symptoms, treatment, other details
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Health authorities in the UK have confirmed a case of monkeypox – a rare viral infection related to smallpox – in a person who recently flew in from Nigeria.

The patient is receiving specialist care in an isolation unit at Guy’s and St Thomas’ infectious disease hospital unit in London, the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) said on Saturday.

The UKHSA didn’t release any details about the person’s sex or age but said it was working to identify anyone who has been in close contact with the infected patient, including people who travelled on the same flight.

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