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On Friday evening, Lebanon’s Ministry of Public Health released for the first time a Monkeypox surveillance sheet.
Here are the details of what was reported from the announcement of the first confirmed case in June to July 21st:
There were 20 suspected cases.
12 of them were sent to Rafic Hariri University Hospital to get tested.
There were 4 confirmed cases, 1 residing in Beirut and 3 in Mount Lebanon. They are all males of Lebanese nationality with travel history, and their ages varied from 31 to 59.
The cases had home isolations with follow-up for contacts.
pic.twitter.com/AC4N6xFyf1— Ministry of Public Health – Lebanon (@mophleb) July 22, 2022
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