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Objet : RSOE EDIS – Event Report – Epidemic Hazard : Singapore, Capital City, Singapore, Asia
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RSOE Emergency and Disaster Information Service, Budapest, Hungary
May 10th 2019 11:27 AM – Epidemic Hazard – EH-20190510-67828-SGP
Singapore has reported its first case of the rare monkeypox virus brought in by a Nigerian man who authorities said may have been infected by bushmeat he ate at a wedding. Monkeypox, a virus similar to the human smallpox which was eradicated in 1980, does not spread easily from person to person, but can in rare cases be fatal. Human monkeypox infections have only been documented three times outside of Africa, in the United States, the United Kingdom and Israel, according to the U.S.-based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Singapore’s Ministry of Health (MOH) said in a statement late on Thursday that the infected patient was a 38-year-old Nigerian who arrived in Singapore in late April.
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