Israel confirms its 4th monkeypox case

Israel confirms its fourth monkeypox case in a 28-year-old man who returned from abroad.

The first case of monkeypox was confirmed in Israel on May 20, a second case on May 28, and a third case on Tuesday.

On Sunday, the World Health Organization said more than two dozen countries that haven’t previously identified monkeypox cases reported 780 confirmed infections, a more than 200% jump in cases since late May. No monkeypox deaths outside of Africa have yet been identified.

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