PM says Monkeypox ‘hasn’t yet proved fatal’ anywhere in the UK

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson told Sky News that monkeypox “hasn’t yet proved fatal” anywhere in the UK, after Scotland announced their first case of the disease.

He also withheld commenting on the Sue Gray report, saying he wouldn’t give any “running commentary” on the process of the independent inquiry.

#MonkeyPox #SueGray #Partygate

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