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HEALTH-MONKEYPOX/AFRICA
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October 03, 2022 
Theopiste Maloko, 42, a local health official, transports skin samples from the Yalolia health centre... 
Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
The Wider Image: In Africa's monkeypox outbreak, sickness and death go undetected 
Theopiste Maloko, 42, a local health official, transports skin samples from the Yalolia health centre to Kisangani by motorcycle, in Tshopo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, October 3, 2022. To avoid spoiling, samples need to be kept cold and reach a laboratory within 48 hours, but they often do not, he said. The nearest testing lab is in Kinshasa, and results take weeks or months. "We are suffering. This is really our cry of alarm. We are raising our voices so that someone will hear," said Maloko. REUTERS/Arlette Bashizi SEARCH "BASHIZI MONKEYPOX" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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