No monkeypox detected in Western Region – Ghana Health Service debunked claims

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As per the Service, reports of such a condition suspected to have been located in the Western Region should be ignored.

This follows a viral online entertainment post charging that the nation had recorded its most memorable case.

There are currently around 237 affirmed and associated cases with monkeypox around the world.

The UN Health office have reported plans to contain the infection.

Watch the statement below;

Side effects can be basically the same as those accomplished by smallpox patients, despite the fact that they are less clinically serious, but outwardly sensational, with brought pustules and fever up in the most extreme cases that can endure from two to about a month.

A portion of these side effects were truly found in the picture that went with the virtual entertainment post which many dreaded could be Ghana's patient zero.

Yet, the GHS in an explanation on Wednesday made sense of that "an individual answered to an office in the Ahanta West Municipality in the Western Region with rankles."

Nonetheless, "beginning appraisal of case isn't reminiscent of monkeypox."

The assertion endorsed by Western Regional Director of Heath Services, Dr Yaw Ofori Yeboah, showed that more tests are being led.

On the rear of this, the GHS says it is fully on guard and will give updates to people in general about additional turns of events.

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