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Northwestern releases monkeypox preparation and prevention guidance

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Monkeypox is a rare viral illness that begins with flu-like symptoms and progresses to a rash with lesions across the body. Most infections last two to four weeks and transmission primarily occurs through close physical contact with bodily fluids and other contaminated surfaces. Evanston reported its first probable case of monkeypox at the end of June.
2 months ago·Evanston, United States

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Northwestern releases monkeypox preparation and prevention guidance

Students living in on-campus housing will be required to isolate themselves off campus if they contract monkeypox, the University announced Tuesday.  Based on current public health information, the University does not expect a large number of cases on campus, Northwestern Medicine Student Health Service Director of Operations Anita Opdycke said in an email to the...The post Northwestern releases monkeypox preparation and prevention guidance appe…

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