Spain Confirms 12 More Monkeypox Cases


Spain’s Ministry of Health has confirmed 12 new cases of monkeypox, raising the total caseload to 132 Spain has become the country with the most cases of the disease in the current outbreak, after Britain, reports Xinhua news agency.

Although the health ministry did not give details of the origin of the positive cases, at least 96 were from the Madrid region, while six were from the Canary Islands, nine from Catalonia, three from the Basque region, four from Andalusia and one each from the autonomous communities of Aragon and Galicia. were from.

All The Patients Are Said To Be Suffering From Mild Symptoms and Are Being Isolated At Home

According to the World Health Organization, the monkeypox virus spreads from person to person through close contact with contaminated material such as wounds, body fluids, respiratory droplets and bedding.

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