The Oklahoma State Department of Health has identified the second probable case of Monkeypox in the state.
According to the OSDH, the individual is currently in isolation while a case investigation and contact tracing are conducted.
The case was located in central Oklahoma resident who had recently traveled internationally to a country with confirmed cases.
The OSDH says this case has no connection to the first case that was identified in the state and confirmed by the CDC.
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