The latest data from the UK Office of National Statistics reports that there are now 3,017 case of Monkeypox in the UK.
Monkeypox Vaccination Programme Being Planned for Some Health Care Workers
There have been 34 laboratory-confirmed cases of monkeypox reported in Scotland since 23 May 2022.
Monkeypox Update 28th June 2022
Up to 26 June 2022 there were 1,076 laboratory confirmed cases in the UK. Of these, 27 were in Scotland, 5 were in Northern Ireland, 9 were in Wales and 1,035 were in England.
Monkeypox Update 21st June 2022
Up to 20 June 2022 there were 793 laboratory confirmed cases in the UK. Of these, 18 were in Scotland, 3 were in Northern Ireland, 6 were in Wales and 766 were in England.
As of 12 noon on Thursday 16 June there have been 17 laboratory-confirmed cases of monkeypox reported since 23 May 2022 in Scotland. This is an increase of 4 since 10th of June.
10 Confirmed Cases of #Monkeypox in Scotland
There are currently 287 confirmed cases in England, 10 in Scotland, 2 in Northern Ireland and 3 in Wales.
Monkeypox: Risk Remains Low But Stay Alert
“Public Health Scotland (PHS) continues to work with NHS Boards and wider partners in Scotland and the UK to investigate the source of these infections.” Dr Nick Phin,PHS
First Case of Monkey Pox Confirmed in Scotland
“We are working with NHS Boards and wider partners in Scotland and the UK to investigate the source of this infection. ” Dr Nick Phin, Director of Public Health Science and Medical Director, PHS