ODH Identifies 'Probable' Case of Monkeypox in Ohio
The patient is remaining isolated
The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) has identified a probable case of monkeypox in the state.
Health Director Dr. Bruce Vanderhoff made the announcement during a briefing on Wednesday. The person who likely has the monkeypox infection was only identified as a man living in Ohio.
The patient remains isolated and is following recommendations from public health officials and his medical providers.
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