Sali: No cases of monkeypox in Macedonia so far


There have been no cases of monkeypox registered in the country, and the Institute of Public Health has enough tests to diagnose this type of pox, said the Macedonian Minister of Health Bekim Sali on Friday.

“There are enough tests for the possible occurrence of monkeypox. Regarding the vaccines, I have a confirmation from the national coordinator for immunization that we have vaccines available in the country if a case arises,” said Minister Sali.

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