FACTBOX-Monkeypox cases around the world – Reuters News

Aug 1 – Aug 1 (Reuters) – In nearly 70 countries where monkeypox is not endemic, outbreaks of the viral disease have been reported as confirmed cases surpassed 22,100 and the World Health Organization declared the outbreak a global health emergency Is. (Full Story)

Below is a list of non-endemic countries that have reported cases of monkeypox:

Asia Pacific

* Australia had 44 confirmed cases as of 25 July.

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* India had confirmed four cases till July 24. It reported the first death on August 1. (Full Story)

* Japan had reported two cases as of July 29.

* New Zealand reported its second case on 12 July.

* The Philippines reported its first case on July 29. (Full Story)

* Singapore had confirmed 11 cases as of 29 July.

* South Korea reported two cases on 22 June. (Full Story)

* Taiwan confirmed its first case on June 24. (Full Story)

* Thailand had confirmed two cases as of 29 July. (Full Story)

Europe

* ANDORRA had confirmed three cases till July 27.

* Austria had confirmed 118 cases as of 29 July.

* Belgium had detected 393 cases as of July 25.

* Bosnia reported its first case on 13 July. (Full Story)

* Bulgaria had confirmed four cases as of 22 July.

* Croatia had reported 11 cases as of 29 July.

* The Czech Republic had 19 confirmed cases as of 29 July.

* Denmark had confirmed 99 cases as of 29 July.

* Estonia had confirmed five cases as of 29 July.

* Finland had 17 confirmed cases as of 27 July.

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* France had confirmed 1,955 cases as of 28 July.

* Georgia confirmed its first case on June 15.

* Germany had registered 2,677 cases as of August 1.

* Gibraltar had confirmed five cases as of 20 July.

* Greece had confirmed 32 cases as of 29 July.

* Hungary had 37 confirmed cases as of 27 July.

* Iceland had reported nine cases as of July 25.

* Ireland had 85 confirmed cases as of 27 July.

* Italy had detected 479 cases as of 29 July.

* LATVIA had confirmed three cases as of July 25.

* Luxembourg had 23 confirmed cases as of 29 July.

* Malta had 17 confirmed cases as of 20 July.

* The Netherlands had 878 confirmed cases as of 28 July.

* Norway had reported 53 cases as of 1 August.

* Poland had registered 53 cases as of 27 July.

* Portugal had confirmed 633 cases as of 28 July.

* Romania had 21 confirmed cases as of 29 July.

* Russia confirmed its first case on 12 July. (Full Story)

* Serbia had reported 10 cases as of 27 July.

* Slovenia had registered 33 cases as of 27 July.

* Slovakia had confirmed three cases as of 27 July.

* Spain had confirmed 4,298 cases as of 29 July. It reported its second death on July 30. (Full Story)

* Sweden had confirmed 85 cases as of 28 July.

* Switzerland had confirmed 272 cases as of 29 July.

* The United Kingdom had 2,469 confirmed cases as of 28 July, including 2,359 in England, 61 in Scotland, 19 in Northern Ireland and 30 in Wales.

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Middle East & Africa

* Israel had registered 146 cases till July 31.

* Lebanon had reported four cases as of July 21.

* Morocco reported its first case on 2 June. (Full Story)

* Saudi Arabia detected its first case on 14 July. (Full Story)

* South Africa confirmed its third case on 11 July. (Full Story)

* Qatar confirmed its first case on 20 July.

* Turkey reported the first case on 30 June. (Full Story)

* The United Arab Emirates had reported 16 infections as of 24 July.

Of America

* Argentina had 20 confirmed cases as of 26 July.

* The Bahamas confirmed its first case on June 24.

* Barbados confirmed its first case on July 21.

* Bermuda confirmed its first case on July 21.

* Brazil had confirmed 1,369 cases and one death as of July 31. (Full Story)

* Canada had confirmed 803 infections as of July 29.

* Chile had registered 55 cases as of 29 July.

* As of 26 July, 12 cases were reported in Colombia.

* Costa Rica confirmed three cases on July 28.

* The Dominican Republic confirmed its third case on July 21.

* Ecuador had confirmed three cases as of 23 July.

* Jamaica had confirmed two cases as of 26 July.

* MEXICO had confirmed 60 cases as of July 27.

* Panama confirms its first case on July 4 (Full story)

* Peru had confirmed 305 cases as of 31 July.

* Puerto Rico had 21 confirmed cases as of July 29.

* The United States had 5,189 confirmed cases as of July 29.

* Venezuela confirmed its first case on 12 June. (Full Story)

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Sources: World Health Organization and US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Reuters stories, data released from local authorities

(Compiled by Alizzi Degoras, Andrey Sychev and Louise Rasmussen in Gdansk; Editing by Mila Nissi, Barbara Lewis, Jonathan Otis and Ed Osmond)

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