NYSC HAS DEBUNKED THE RUMOUR THAT SERVING CORPS MEMBER WAS INFECTED WITH MONKEY POX IN BENUE


THE NATIONAL YOUTH SERVICE CORPS, NYSC HAS DEBUNKED THE  RUMOUR THAT SERVING CORPS MEMBER WAS QUARANTINED IN BENUE FOR SUSPECTED INFECTION WITH MONKEYPOX.
The National Youth Service Corps, NYSC has officially debunked the rumour which was making around the social media channels that a serving Corps member in Benue state was quarantined for suspected infection with Monkey Pox. 

According to the report which was published on the scheme official Facebook page, the National Youth Service Corps wishes to refer a news story in some national dailies and online platforms reporting that a Corps member was quarantined in Benue State for suspected infection with Monkey Pox. 


NYSC Management wishes to inform the public that the Corps member referred to belonged to the 2016 Batch 'B' (Stream One) and has since successfully completed the National Service. 
NYSC HAS DEBUNKED THE RUMOUR THAT SERVING CORPS MEMBER HAS MONKEY POX IN BENUE STATE
Our findings showed that the quarantine was based on suspected contact with an infected person, but the result of the test carried out on the Corps member eventually came out negative. 

We wish to assure parents, guardians and the rest of the public that no serving Corps member in Benue State is quarantined for Monkey Pox at the moment. 

Management further assures that the NYSC and authorities in the health sector are promoting awareness on Monkey Pox and other diseases among Corps members, especially through pamphlets that are published and distributed by the Scheme. 

We wish our Corps members safe stay in all service locations nationwide. 

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