Five new cases of monkeypox diagnosed in Jalisco, Puerto Vallarta investigates first death

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 already been sent and was requested by the General Directorate of Epidemiology (DGE), so it will be analyzed in Mexico City. He was a person who had other comorbidities and it is thought that he was a patient who could have died with (monkeypox), but not from, so they asked . . .

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