Another case of Monkeypox recorded in Akwa Ibom

A case of Monkeypox virus has been confirmed in Akwa Ibom state.

Akwa Ibom State Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr. Charles Udoh in a statement said one case has been confirmed while two cases are under investigation.

He warned residents to avoid excessive handshakes and abstain from eating bush meat.

The first reported cases of the Monkeypox outbreak were recorded in the Fangbe area of Bayelsa state on October 5, where 13 people were hospitalised and 49 suspected cases quarantined.

Comments (2)

  1. Make Una wek up de4 this People go kill na finish.

  2. There is cow meat, goat meat, poultry meat, fish e.t c. some cannibal would rather eat monkeys. see the issues they have caused now. What is really wrong with Africans?

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