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Monkeypox cases around the world

Monkeypox cases around the world

Monkeypox cases around the world

Monkeypox cases around the world credit: google

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  • As confirmed cases surpassed 17,800, nearly 70 countries where monkeypox is not endemic have reported outbreaks.
  • World Health Organization declares outbreak a global health emergency.

July 26 – As confirmed cases surpassed 17,800, nearly 70 countries where monkeypox is not endemic have reported outbreaks of the viral disease, prompting the World Health Organization to declare the outbreak a global health emergency.

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The following non-endemic countries have reported monkeypox cases:

As of July 25, ASIA-PACIFIC * AUSTRALIA had confirmed 44 cases.

* As of July 24, INDIA had reported four cases.

* On July 25, Japan discovered its first case.

* On July 12, NEW ZEALAND reported its second case.

* As of July 25, SINGAPORE had confirmed nine cases.

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* On June 22, SOUTH KOREA reported two cases.

* On June 24, Taiwan confirmed its first case.

* On July 21, Thailand confirmed its first case.

As of July 22, 99 cases had been confirmed in Europe.

* By July 20, Belgium had identified 312 cases.

* On July 13, BOSNIA reported its first case.

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* As of July 22, BULGARIA had confirmed four cases.

* By July 25, CROATIA had reported ten cases.

* As of July 22, the Czech Republic had confirmed 16 cases.

* By July 26, Denmark had confirmed 60 cases.

* By July 18, ESTONIA had confirmed four cases.

* As of July 11, FINLAND had confirmed 13 cases.

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* By July 25, France had confirmed 1,567 cases.

* On June 15, GEORGIA confirmed its first case.

* As of July 26, Germany had reported 2,410 cases.

* As of July 20, GIBRALTAR had confirmed five cases.

* By July 25, Greece had confirmed 20 cases.

* By July 25, HUNGARY had confirmed 33 cases.

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* As of July 25, ICELAND had reported nine cases.

* As of July 20, Ireland had confirmed 69 cases.

* As of July 22, Italy had identified 407 cases.

* As of July 25, LATVIA had confirmed three cases.

* As of July 20, LUXEMBOURG had confirmed 14 cases.

* As of July 20, MALTA had confirmed 17 cases.

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* As of July 25, the NETHERLANDS had confirmed 818 cases.

* By July 20, NORWAY had reported 46 cases.

* By July 20, POLAND had reported 40 cases.

* As of July 21, PORTUGAL had confirmed 588 cases.

Mock-up vials labelled “Monkeypox vaccine” and a medical syringe are shown in the illustration.
Samples from suspected monkeypox cases are tested at a microbiology lab in Madrid.

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The illustration depicts a test tube labelled “Monkeypox virus positive.”

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On June 1, 2022, two samples of suspected monkeypox cases undergo nucleic acid extraction before being tested in a microbiology lab at La Paz Hospital in Madrid, Spain.

 

* As of July 25, ROMANIA had confirmed 20 cases.

* On July 12, Russia confirmed its first case.

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* As of July 20, SERBIA had reported five cases.

* As of July 20, SLOVENIA had reported 26 cases.

* As of July 20, SLOVAKIA had confirmed two cases.

* By July 19, SPAIN had confirmed 3,125 cases.

* By July 21, Sweden had confirmed 77 cases.

* As of July 25, Switzerland had confirmed 234 cases.

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* As of July 21, the UNITED KINGDOM had 2,208 confirmed cases, including 2,115 in England, 54 in Scotland, 15 in Northern Ireland, and 24 in Wales.

MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA * As of July 26, ISRAEL had reported 121 cases.

* As of July 21, Lebanon had reported four cases.

* The first case was reported in Morocco on June 2.

* On July 14, SAUDI ARABIA discovered its first case.

* On July 11, SOUTH AFRICA confirmed its third case.

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* As of June 15, the UNITED ARAB EMIRATES had reported 13 infections.

* On June 30, Turkey reported the first case.

As of July 21, ARGENTINA had confirmed 18 cases.

* On June 24, the BAHAMAS confirmed its first case.

* On July 21, BARBADOS confirmed its first case.

* On July 21, BERMUDA confirmed its first case.

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* As of July 22, BRAZIL had confirmed 696 cases.

* As of July 21, Canada had confirmed 681 infections.

* As of July 21, CHILE had reported 39 cases.

* As of July 24, COLOMBIA had reported 11 cases.

* On July 21, Costa Rica confirmed its first case.

* On July 21, the DOMINICAN REPUBLIC confirmed its third case.

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* As of July 23, ECUADOR had confirmed three cases.

* On July 6, Jamaica confirmed its first case.

* As of July 21, MEXICO had confirmed 52 cases.

* On July 4, PANAMA confirmed its first case.

* By July 26, PERU had confirmed 208 cases.

* As of July 22, PUERTO RICO had confirmed 13 cases.

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* As of July 26, the UNITED STATES had confirmed 3,487 cases.

* On June 12, VENEZUELA confirmed its first case.

Sources: World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data, Reuters stories, and local government press releases.

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