Health officials to provide update on suspected cases of monkeypox in Montreal

Montreal officials are slated to give an update Thursday morning about several suspected cases of monkeypox in the city.

Montreal Public Health Director Dr. Mylène Drouin is expected to speak at 11 a.m., alongside Medical Officer in Charge of Health Emergencies and Infectious Diseases Dr.

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