Monkeypox: Monkeypox cases are shocking the world. More than 18 thousand cases have already been registered in 78 countries. The intensity of these is high mostly in European countries. The number of cases is highest in Britain, Spain, Belgium, France, Germany and other European countries. According to the World Health Organization, 70 percent of the cases are in European countries. America has 25 percent of the cases. Meanwhile, the number of suspected monkeypox cases is also increasing in India. Four people have already been infected with monkeypox in the country.
Another person died within 24 hours of the first monkeypox death in Spain. This is the second death reported in Europe. Spain is currently one of the countries in the world suffering from monkeypox. So far 4298 people have been infected in that country. According to current information, out of 3750 monkeypox victims in Spain, 120 have been treated and one has died. This is the third death outside the African continent. Earlier, a man died of monkeypox in Brazil.
The World Health Organization has declared the monkeypox outbreak a global health emergency. According to WHO chief Tedros Adhanom, most of the infections are in Europe. Here, 70 percent of new cases have been detected since early May. In Europe, it is believed that two rave parties in Belgium and Spain are the reason for the spread of monkeypox in different countries. Cases are spreading rapidly in European countries after that party. Meanwhile, cases of monkeypox are being recorded in European countries as well as Middle East countries. Monkeypox virus came to light in three people who came to India from Gulf countries recently.