Catalonia detects 96 more cases of monkeypox and the total rises to 1,921 cases

The Conselleria de Salut de Catalunya has detected 96 more cases of monkeypox, bringing the total number of cases registered in Catalonia to 1.921, the department said in a statement Friday.

Catalonia has notified to the Epidemiological Surveillance Network of Catalonia a total of. 2,766 suspected or probable cases. since the confirmation of the first case in Spain.

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Most of the confirmed cases are men between 20 and 60 years of age Who have initiated symptomatology between May 5 and August 22.

The department has administered 1,536 monkeypox vaccines since July 21, always with by appointment, of the first delivery by the Ministry of Health to Catalonia, consisting of a total of 1,643 doses: the rest are mostly reserved for post-exposure vaccination.

Of the new consignment, of 7,120 doses which the Ministry of Health received from the centralized purchase, the 2,146 assigned to Catalonia have already arrived and vaccination with these doses will begin shortly in various Catalan centers, by appointment.

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