France, Germany, Belgium report first monkeypox virus cases

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France, Germany, Belgium and Australia, are among the latest countries to detect cases of Monkeypox.

They join others like Britain, where known infections doubled from nine to 20 on Friday.

The virus, rarely seen outside West and Central Africa, has never spread so quickly before.

Al Jazeera’s @Leah Harding reports.

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