Monkeypox is a rare viral illness that causes fever, headache, swollen lymph nodes and lethargy, followed by the development of a rash over a person’s body. It is spread to people through direct contact with the bodily fluids or lesions of infected animals or people, via respiratory droplets from an infected person, or from mother to fetus.



PHO Rounds: Syphilis in Ontario: A clinical and surveillance update

This presentation will review recent syphilis epidemiology in Ontario and cover the clinical and public health management of infectious syphilis.

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Updated 26 May 2022