Monkeypox: the first European death in Spain
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Monkeypox: the first European death in Spain

The first European to die from monkeypox is a Spanish citizen. This was reported by the Ministry of Health of Madrid

There is a first confirmed case of death from monkeypox in Spain. This was announced by the Spanish Ministry of Health, adding that there are currently 4,298 cases of infected people in the country. Out of 3,750 patients whose information is available, 20 were hospitalized and one died.

Among the sick there are 4,081 men and 64 women, while the sex of three has not been disclosed. The ages range from 10 months to 88 years, with an average of 37.