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Monkeypox outbreak fears grow as patient with rare infectious virus hospitalised

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Matt Hancock announced two people had tested positive for the virus in north Wales.It's now understood that one of those patients is being treated at Royal Liverpool Hospital, the Liverpool Echo reports.Public Health England have said the risk to the wider public is considered "low".The second patient has reportedly been discharged from hospital after recovering from the virus.A spokeswoman for Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which runs the Royal, said: "We are treating one patient who has tested positive for Monkeypox."They are being cared for on our High Consequence Infectious Diseases (HCID) unit at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital by highly trained staff who are experienced in dealing with a variety of.

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