Jalisco investigates its first death associated with monkeypox with the case of a male resident of Puerto Vallarta.
The Secretary of Health, Fernando Petersen, anticipated that it is a person over 40 years of age, who suffered from comorbidities such as HIV.
“The report has . . .
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