Monkeypox is not our next pandemic, but it has lessons for us


The current monkeypox outbreak is an urgent warning that as far as infectious diseases are concerned, the world continues to shrink – quickly, say the writers. – Reuters

MONKEYPOX is a viral disease, distantly related to its far more deadly cousin, smallpox.

So far this year, more than 2,500 cases have been discovered in dozens of countries that are generally not familiar with monkeypox, with about 113 cases in the United States. (This past week, Singapore and South Korea confirmed their first case.)

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