UK records 77 more cases of monkeypox, taking total to 302 | Monkeypox | The Guardian

The current outbreak of monkeypox in the UK has topped 300 cases, official figures reveal, as contacts who have a rash with blisters are asked to contact a sexual health clinic.

According to the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), 77 more cases of monkeypox have been confirmed in the UK, 73 of which are in England and two each in Scotland and Wales. The figures bring the total identified in the UK, as of 5 June, to 302, with 287 in England, 10 in Scotland, two in Northern Ireland and three in Wales.

 

Source: UK records 77 more cases of monkeypox, taking total to 302 | Monkeypox | The Guardian