Thousands of Monkeypox Cases Reported in 40 Non-Endemic Countries, 4 of them are Indonesian Neighbors

PEOPLE’S MIND – Earlier this week, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced more than 3,400 cases monkey pox confirmed with one patient died.

The majority of these cases were reported to have come from Europe, through a data update as of 27 June 2022.

Since June 17, WHO said, there have been around 1,310 new cases reported to them, with eight new reporting countries among them.

More than 40 countriesendemic monkey pox have reported the first cases of this virus outbreak in their area.

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Four of them are countries Asia Pacific which is very close to Indonesia.

Monkeypox, which is spread by close contact and was first found in monkeys, first spread in west and central Africa and was not as massive as it is today.

it monkey pox reported to have spread in several major countries in the world.

followed from Reuters, the following is a list of non-endemic who have so far reported cases monkey pox.

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