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Azerbaijan received monkeypox tests from WHO

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The World Health Organization (WHO) Country Office handed over 3,000 monkeypox test kits to Azerbaijan for use in case of need.

Axar.az reports that WHO representative in Azerbaijan, Hande Harmanci, said this.

"Azerbaijan is one of the first countries to receive these test kits from the WHO, and the tools in question will help identify cases and public health efforts aimed at preventing the spread of the disease. We aim to support countries with proven public health tools, including surveillance, contact tracing and isolation of infected patients. Early diagnosis is an important part of this effort," said Hande Harmancı.

Date
2022.07.04 / 21:55
Author
Nurlana Ahmadova
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