Disease experts say data indicates at least two separate Monkeypox outbreaks underway | The World



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As Monkeypox cases around the world continue to rise, the Centre for Disease Control in the United States says two global outbreaks of the virus are happening at the same time. Health officials are warning cases could be going undetected, as confirmed infections continue to increase in more than two dozen countries. University College London lecturer Oksana Pyzik tells The World genomic surveillance is "so important" in terms of understanding the spread of diseases like this.

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