Experts Say U.S. Monkeypox Cases May Be Peaking
The number of cases reported globally declined 21 percent last week
Monkeypox cases in some large U.S. cities appear to be declining, matching trends seen in Europe, and experts are cautiously optimistic the outbreak may have peaked in places hit hardest hit by the virus.
The World Health Organization (WHO) earlier on Thursday said monkeypox cases reported globally declined 21 percent last week, after a month-long trend of rising infections, but noted that U.S. cases continued to rise.
Nevertheless, some U.S. experts believe cases are starting to decline based largely on immunity from prior infection and behavior changes as awareness of the disease has grown. That does not mean the disease will be contained, they cautioned.
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