The ‘largest’ monkeypox infection in Europe has surpassed 100 infected


News Desk: Monkeypox, a rare disease that has recently spread to many countries, is spreading even faster. The number of pox cases in Europe has reportedly exceeded 100.

German officials have described the spread of the monkeypox in the region as “the biggest ever”.

Monkeypox infections have been confirmed in several countries, including the United States, Canada, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, France, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

On Friday, the German Armed Forces Medical Service identified the first monkeypox patient in the country. They say that the spread of monkeypox in the United Kingdom, Spain, and Portugal is the most widespread and widespread in Europe.

Monkeypox is a rare viral infectious disease, which is transmitted from animals to humans. The disease usually causes mild symptoms in the body, and it is hoped that most people will recover within a few weeks.

The disease was first identified in monkeys. Outbreaks appear to be exacerbated during close contact and are rare in Africa. That is why the recent spread of monkeypox in the country has caused concern.

Researchers at the Robert Koch Institute in Germany have described the outbreak of monkeypox as an epidemic. However, he said, the epidemic is unlikely to last long. Because it is possible to differentiate the patient very well through contact tracing and there are necessary medicines and vaccines for this disease.

Scientists also say that he does not think that Monkeypox will continue to spread like Covid-19. This is because the virus does not spread as easily as SARS Cove-2.


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