A new global Monkeypox tracker cases shows that there are currently 590 suspected and confirmed cases of Monkeypox worldwide in the latest outbreak. The highly contagious disease has already spread to every continent except Antarctica.
The data is available via a dashboard, and as a spreadsheet giving source links to the case information.
The global dashboard can be accessed at https://monkeypox.healthmap.org/
The online Google data Monkeypox spreadsheet can be accessed here
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Poxviruses have low evolutionary rates of around one mutation per genome per year. The #monkeypox sequences associated with the recent outbreak, however, differ by about 40 mutations from viruses sequenced 4 years ago. [1/5]https://t.co/UZn6fwpJ0O pic.twitter.com/kTUPXk6CIl
— Richard Neher (@richardneher) May 29, 2022
Answer: “We don’t know.” (53:19)
So then it’s their duty to use the precautionary principle and urgently include airborne precautions!
Not tomorrow, but now!https://t.co/h4Xa3EmDNP
— Maarten De Cock (@mdc_martinus) May 30, 2022