More than 50 countries in which monkeypox is not endemic have reported outbreaks of the viral disease as confirmed cases exceed 7,600.
ASIA-PACIFIC * AUSTRALIA had confirmed 23 cases as of July 11.
* NEW ZEALAND reported its first case on July 9. * SINGAPORE reported a second case on July 6. The first was imported and the second was local.
EUROPE * AUSTRIA had confirmed 62 cases as of July 8.
* BELGIUM had detected 168 cases by July 5. * BULGARIA had confirmed three cases as of June 30.
* CROATIA reported its first case on June 23. * the CZECH REPUBLIC had confirmed nine cases as of July 4.
* DENMARK had confirmed 28 cases by July 8. * ESTONIA had confirmed two cases by July 8.
* FINLAND had confirmed 13 cases as of July 11. * FRANCE had confirmed 721 cases by July 7.
* GIBRALTAR confirmed its first case on June 1. * GREECE had confirmed 11 cases by July 7.
* IRELAND had confirmed 44 cases as of July 6. * ITALY had detected 233 cases as of July 6.
* LATVIA confirmed its second case on June 8. * LUXEMBOURG had confirmed six cases as of July 6.
* SERBIA reported the first case on June 17. * SLOVENIA had reported nine cases as of June 28.
* SLOVAKIA confirmed its first case on July 7. * SPAIN had confirmed 2,034 cases by July 8.
* SWEDEN had confirmed 43 cases by July 6. * SWITZERLAND had confirmed 140 cases as of July 8.
AMERICAS * ARGENTINA had confirmed six cases as of June 30.
* COLOMBIA had reported three cases as of July 1. * the DOMINICAN REPUBLIC confirmed the first case on July 6.
* MEXICO had confirmed 15 cases as of July 3. * The UNITED STATES had confirmed 790 cases in 39 states and the District of Colombia by July 8.
* PANAMA confirmed its first case on July 4. * PERU had confirmed 18 cases by July 7.
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