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Govt reaches out to experts in fight against monkeypox

IndiaTimes Thursday, 4 August 2022
The Centre on Thursday asked some of the leading doctors and scientists specialising in public health to submit their recommendations on how to deal with the growing monkeypox outbreak. India has so far reported nine confirmed cases of the viral infection, five from Kerala and four from Delhi.
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