Monkeypox isn't like COVID-19 — and that's a good thing

Posted on AllSides May 25th, 2022
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ANALYSIS

The recent headlines about a sudden emergence of an unusual disease, spreading case by case across countries and continents may, for some, evoke memories of early 2020.

But monkeypox is no COVID-19 — in a good way.

Health officials worldwide have turned their attention to a new outbreak of monkeypox, a virus normally found in central and west Africa that has appeared across Europe and the U.S. in recent weeks — even in people who have not traveled to Africa at all.

But experts say that, while it's important for public...

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