Dr Hilary Jones appeared on ITV’s Good Morning Britain today to discuss the ‘unprecedented’ rise in monkeypox cases, as he warned of the five symptoms to look out amid the case rise.
Dr Hilary Jones has warned of an “unprecedented” outbreak in monkeypox.
The doctor shared the symptoms to look out for, as he opened up about the rise in cases across the world during a health segment on ITV’s Good Morning Britain today as he spoke with news correspondent Ranvir Singh.
The UK has recorded 20 cases so far, with it due to be updated on Monday by the UK Health and Security Agency, as new infections are being found “daily” according to the agency.
During the chat this morning, Dr Hilary warned that while 20 cases doesn’t “sound a lot”, there appears to be an “unprecedented outbreak in 11 countries around the world”.
“However, it does appear to be an unprecedented outbreak in 11 countries around the world. It suggests that it has become a bit more transmissible.
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