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Monkeypox: Infection Prevention Controls and Waste Management

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Monkeypox: Infection Prevention Controls and Waste Management

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The Top 3 Things to Know About Infection Prevention Controls and Waste Management for Monkeypox

Outbreaks of the Monkeypox virus have been found on every continent, and to date more than 650 confirmed and suspected cases of Monkeypox have been reported. Monkeypox is usually associated with travel to central or western Africa, but some of the cases that have been reported outside these countries have no link to travel.

Health care workers who may encounter a case of Monkeypox should familiarize themselves with the symptoms and paths of transmission to limit the spread of the virus. Here are three things you should know about infection prevention controls and waste management for Monkeypox.

This blog post covers infection prevention controls and waste management information related to Monkeypox.

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2022-05-31

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