Monkeypox: Brazil’s health regulator says it does not recommend isolation

According to Anvisa, the only measures strengthened were those already in place at airports and on airplanes, which are designed to "protect individuals and the community not only from Covid-19 but also from other diseases."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The National Health Regulatory Agency (Anvisa) released a statement Tuesday (24) explaining the agency's recommendations to delay the introduction of the monkeypox virus in Brazil.

According to Anvisa, the only measures strengthened were those already in place at airports and on airplanes, which are designed to "protect individuals and the community not only from Covid-19 but also from other diseases."

In the memo, Anvisa clarifies that it has . . .

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