Monkeypox data – Live update

In recent days, cases of monkeypox have been reported in several countries. From the United States to Europe, there were immediate fears of a new pandemic. In this article you can see all the updated data, day by day, from Monkeypox. Health authorities around the world have announced plans to contain the virus.

Monkeypox cases

The first case of Monkeypox dates back to 6 May 2022. The country where the case was detected was in fact the United Kingdom, more precisely in England. From 6 May until 15 May, the total number of cases detected in the UK was 7. But in the following days, cases also appeared in other countries. Among them, Portugal had 3 cases on 17 May and 11 confirmed cases on 18 May. As of 25 July 2022 there were 25,510 confirmed cases of Monkeypox worldwide (latest available data).

The nation with the highest number of cases is again the Spain where a total of 3125 cases were detected. In second place among the nations with the most Monkeypox cases on 25 July are United States with 2316 cases and Germany with 2191. According to the new estimates there are 65 total nations where cases have been confirmed to date.

In the graph above, you can see the daily cases of Monkeypox. Below are the total cases on the last available date – 25 July 2022 2022 -.

Dashboard Monkeypox data

What is monkeypox?

Monkeypox is a viral zoonosis (i.e. a virus transmitted from animals to humans is responsible) that produces symptoms similar to those observed in smallpox patients in the past, although clinically less severe.

How we get infected

The disease often subsides with symptoms that usually resolve spontaneously within 14 to 21 days, is not very contagious among humans, and is transmitted through exposure to exhaled droplets and from contact with infected skin lesions or contaminated materials.

Symptoms (including fever, headache, muscle pain, and rash) can be mild or severe, and lesions can be very itchy or painful.

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