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THE Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) confirmed 1,168 cases of monkeypox, including 30 hospitalisations, in the country as of yesterday, Xinhua reported.,
The agency said of the confirmed cases, 571 are from Ontario, 453 from Quebec, 119 from British Columbia, 19 from Alberta, three from Saskatchewan, two from the Yukon and one from New Brunswick.