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Monkeypox in US: CDC monitoring 200 people in 27 states, other countries

Monkeypox is considered mild and typically occurs in remote parts of central and west Africa. (CDC)

None of the people being tracked are considered at high risk and none have been found to have monkeypox, a report said

By Dom Calicchio

Fox News

While the delta variant and other issues have the coronavirus gaining renewed attention, U.S. health officials are also watching for signs of a possible outbreak of monkeypox, according to a report.

Following an initial report of a patient being treated for monkeypox in Texas after arriving there from Nigeria earlier this month, officials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are now monitoring more than 200 individuals who may have had contact with the traveler, WVLA-TV of Baton Rouge, Louisiana reported.

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