Monkeypox cases in the UK rise to more than 1,000

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Monkeypox cases in the UK rise to more than 1,000” – below is their description.

The number of Monkeypox cases in the UK has passed 1,000, with public health officials warning people attending large summer event to be alert to the symptoms.

The majority of cases reported to the World Health Organisation are from European countries with the UK reporting the most.

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