25 cases of monkeypox confirmed in New York State


NEW YORK — More cases of monkeypox have been confirmed in our area.

Twenty-five cases have been reported in New York, including 23 in New York, one in Sullivan County and one in Westchester.

The city’s health department says the most recent cases are not travel-related, suggesting person-to-person transmission is taking place.

The disease causes a rash that may look like chickenpox. Visit at.nyc.gov/monkeypox for more information.

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