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Patient treated for Monkeypox at Royal Liverpool Hospital

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Don't miss a thing by getting the day's biggest stories sent direct to your inbox A patient with the rare Monkeypox virus has been admitted to the Royal Liverpool Hospital it has emerged.

Yesterday Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced that two people had tested positive for the virus in north Wales, and it is understood that one of those patients is now in Liverpool, the Liverpool Echo reports.

Public Health England have said the risk to the wider public is considered "low". The second patient has been discharged from hospital after recovering from the virus, the ECHO understands.

A spokeswoman for Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which runs the Royal, said: “We are treating one patient who has tested positive for

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