Monkeypox Starts To Recede as Men at Risk Change Sexual Behavior
New monkeypox cases in the United States and Europe are starting to decline as we head into September.
NBC News looked over the data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and calculated a 40 percent decline in new cases since early August. Cases are also falling in countries like Germany and the Netherlands.
The eventual (and slow-walked) arrival of monkeypox vaccines did probably make a dent in the spread. More than 350,000 doses of the vaccine have been administered. As a reminder, though, the U.S. had more...