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Monkeypox cases in Utah confirmed, two infected individuals in isolation

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed two Salt Lake County cases as monkeypox. The individuals became symptomatic after traveling internationally and went to the doctor complaining of flu-like symptoms. Both of the individuals are in isolation and do not present a risk to the public.
1 month ago·Salt Lake County, United States

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CDC confirms two Salt Lake County monkeypox cases, officials say

This 1997 image provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention during an investigation into an outbreak of monkeypox, which took place in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, depicts the dorsal surfaces of the hands of a monkeypox case patient, who was displaying the appearance of the characteristic rash during its recuperative stage. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have confirmed two cases of monkeypox in Salt Lake C…

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Salt Lake Tribune

Monkeypox in Utah: CDC confirms 2 cases in Salt Lake County

Salt Lake County Health Department officials had initially announced the two “probable” monkeypox cases early Monday, based on preliminary testing. Officials announced Wednesday that the CDC had since confirmed the Salt Lake County cases.

1 month ago·Salt Lake City, United States
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Monkeypox cases in Utah confirmed, two infected individuals in isolation

Health officials reported Wednesday that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed two Salt Lake County cases as monkeypox.

1 month ago·Salt Lake City, United States
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