When was monkeypox discovered?

Monkeypox was first discovered in 1958 when two outbreaks of a smallpox disease occurred in colonies of monkeys bred for research, hence the name “monkeypox”. More new cases of monkeypox have been identified worldwide, with dozens reported in the UK, K. The increase comes after previous evidence would have suggested that there was unknown transmission of monkeypox virus within the country's population, according to the United Kingdom, Monkeypox is believed to have been originates in rodents in Central and West Africa, and has repeatedly jumped to humans. Cases outside Africa are rare and have so far been attributed to infected travellers or imported animals.

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