Monkeypox could have ‘massive impact’ on sexual health services, doctor warns | ITV News

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Monkeypox could have a “massive impact” on access to sexual health services, a top doctor has warned, as some clinics halt walk-in services.

The disease, which was first found in monkeys, can be transmitted from person to person through close physical contact – including sexual intercourse – and is caused by the monkeypox virus.

The number of cases confirmed in Britain has hit 20 with nine other countries outside of Central and West Africa also reporting outbreaks.

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