The monkeypox virus: origins and outbreaks

News Today 27.05.2022

Monkeypox is not a new virus. The virus, belonging to the poxvirus family of viruses, was first identified in monkeys way back in 1958, and therefore the name. The first human case was described in 1970 from the Democratic Republic of Congo and many sporadic outbreaks of animal to human as well as human to human transmission has occurred in Central and West Africa in the past with significant mortality. (Read More)


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