He told TV Peru that the patient had undergone lab tests the previous day, which now confirmed he had an infection. The infected person is a foreigner, he lives in Peru. Presumably, he was in contact with citizens who arrived from abroad. Currently, he has been isolated, possible contacts of the infected person are being established.
Last week, the World Health Network acknowledged that monkeypox has now become a pandemic. The organization called on the World Health Organization to also recognize the disease as a pandemic. Moreover, it is necessary to act immediately in order to take the situation under control and prevent the consequences of the spread of the disease.