First Monkeypox deaths outside Africa reported in Spain and Brazil: Monkeypox deaths outside Africa, WHO concerned

Monkeypox is also spreading outside of Africa. News of the death of someone infected with monkeypox has also emerged in Europe. Mr monkeypox is known to have died in Spain. The affected person was hospitalized in recent days. So far, more than 16,000 people have been infected with monkeypox in 75 countries around the world. The disease was recently diagnosed in the United States on May 7.

The Monkeypox virus was first discovered in 1958. In 1970, the virus was first found in the human body in Congo. The virus was discovered in the UK in 2018. But monkeypox has never shown its power around the world like this before. The news of the death of 5 people affected by this disease also went around the world. Naturally, there is public panic over monkeypox.

Now news of the death of monkeypox has spread beyond Africa and concern has grown. Spain’s first death from monkeypox on Friday was reported by the country’s news agency. On the other hand, just a day ago news of the death of a monkeypox patient also came to light in Brazil. Fear of monkeypox is growing all over the world.

The latest bulletin from the Spanish Ministry of Health indicates that a total of 4,928 people have been infected with the disease in the country so far, of which 120 people need to be hospitalized. One person died from the disease on Friday. A spokesperson for the Department of Health declined to provide details of the death.

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On July 22, the WHO reported that 5 people have died from this disease so far worldwide. The monkeypox death reported in Spain is the second fatality outside of Africa. And the first death from monkeypox reported in Europe.

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