Belgium is the first country in Europe that introduces a mandatory 21-days monkeypox quarantine.

Belgium is becoming the first country in Europe to introduce a mandatory quarantine of 21-days for positive-infected patients.

On Saturday, May 22, the World Health Organization stated that there had been 92 confirmed positive cases in 12 different countries, and 28 suspected cases undergoing medical investigation.

As of today confirmed cases have been reported in the US, Canada, UK, Portugal, Spain, France, Belgium, Sweden, Italy, and Australia.

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