HCMC to advise 21-day self-quarantine for monkeypox suspects
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Foreign visitors suspected of having may be advised to for 21 days, according to the city's Center for Disease Control (CDC).
The WHO advised 21 days of isolation, according to Nguyen Hong Tam, of the Ho Chi Minh City CDC. The , on the other hand, has yet to provide any instructions on HCMC's plan or the WHO recommendation. Although no cases of monkeypox have been reported in Vietnam, the health ministry has warned that the disease could the country because it has previously afflicted individuals in several of its neighbors.
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