Jamaica's monkeypox cases remain at four

The Ministry of Health says confirmed cases of monkeypox in Jamaica remain at four.
Three of the cases are in quarantine, while the first patient has recovered.
The confirmed cases are men between ages 25 to 50 years.
Two of the cases have been reported in Clarendon, while St. Elizabeth and St. James have one each. 
It had been reported that two of the confirmed cases of monkeypox were imported, while two were locally transmitted.
The Ministry of Health has been conducting contact tracing.
Five persons are in home quarantine and one person in hospital.                        
A total of 13 tests for the disease have been conducted.     

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