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Monkeypox Outbreak: How Long Will The Monkeypox Virus Emergency Last? Watch Video

As per the forecast of how cases will grow by the WHO Europe, the virus will have 27,000 monkeypox cases and the outbreak will reach 88 countries by August 2. Currently, it has been reported in nearly 70 countries and has infected around 17,800 people. Scientists have said that the sustained spread of the disease is likely for many months and possibly even longer.

Published by Sakshi Pandey |Updated : July 29, 2022 7:01 AM IST

Monkeypox Outbreak: According to Scientists the window of opportunity to stop the spread of the monkeypox virus is closing down and the global health emergency could last for several months as the outbreak grows to its peak. Cases are doubling around every two weeks as of now and scientists who are advising the World Health Organization (WHO) on monkeypox fear that it will take several months for the outbreak to the peak.

Countries That Have Reported Monkeypox Cases:

As per the forecast of how cases will grow by the WHO Europe, the virus will have 27,000 monkeypox cases and the outbreak will reach 88 countries by August 2. Currently, it has been reported in nearly 70 countries and has infected around 17,800 people. Scientists have said that the sustained spread of the disease is likely for many months and possibly even longer.

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