The Phuket Provincial Public Heath Office is asking people who have had contact with a monkeypox positive foreign man to self-report themselves.
Our previous stories:
A Nigerian man in Phuket who has been confirmed as Thailand’s first official infection of monkey pox is being traced by Thai police aA Nigerian man who was confirmed as Thailand’s first official infection of monkey pox was arrested in Cambodia.fter officials have been unable to contact him and the man has disappeared. It has now been discovered the man is not a recent tourist but on overstay since last year.
A 40-year-old Thai man has conducted a blood test after he was flagged as a person of concern for monkeypox due to reportedly suspicious symptoms. Doctors initially believe, however, he might have been infected with chicken pox instead of monkey pox.
The announcement has been released by the Phuket Provincial Public Heath Office (PPHO) today (July 27th).They stated, “Anyone who has had contact with a Nigerian man, 27, who was infected with monkey pox from June 1st to July 21st, 2022, please report yourself to public health officials or staffers in the nearby area.”
“Or contact 094-5855321 and 081-5716938. Your information will not be released to the public.”