The samples of a 35-year-old man, who got here to Telangana from overseas, examined adverse for monkeypox, a senior physician at a government-run hospital in Hyderabad stated on Tuesday.
Dr Ok Shankar, superintendent of Authorities Fever Hospital which is the nodal hospital to deal with sufferers of the rising virus, advised PTI that the samples despatched to Nationwide Institute of Virology in Pune have come out adverse.
“There may be nothing to panic about. The samples turned out to be adverse for monkeypox,” Dr Shankar stated.
The person, who returned from overseas to Kamareddy district in Telangana, had proven signs of monkeypox.
He got here from Kuwait on July 6 and developed fever on July 20.
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