Few elements have been communicated on the medical file of this patient, while another death has been recorded in Brazil. Article written by Published on 07/29/2022 22:54 Updated on 07/30/2022 11:41 Reading time: 1 min. The Spanish Ministry of Health announced on Friday July 29 that a first death due to monkeypox had been recorded in this country. The death was caused by encephalitis associated with the infection, said health authorities in the region of Valencia, in the east of the country. >> Monkey pox: we explain to you how associations and people at risk are mobilizing to deal with the epidemic The case is still being analyzed to determine the definitive confirmation of the cause of death, specifies El Pais (in Spanish). In Spain, the country most affected by contamination in Europe, 4,298 cases have already been identified. This is the second death outside Africa of a patient infected with monkeypox, after the death of a 41-year-old man in Brazil on Thursday. He “was being followed in hospital for other serious clinical conditions,” said the Health Secretariat of the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais (southeast) in a statement. “It is important to emphasize that he had serious comorbidities, so as not to cause panic in the population. Mortality (linked to this disease) remains very low,” said Minas Gerais Health Secretary Fábio Baccheretti , who explained that the patient was undergoing treatment for cancer. Share: Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share by email Share link
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