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Monkeypox is 'particularly nasty' - but unlikely we'll see anything on scale of COVID

Sky News Monday, 23 May 2022
Monkeypox is 'particularly nasty' - but unlikely we'll see anything on scale of COVIDMonkeypox is a "particularly nasty virus" and it is "important we get it under control" - but it only poses a "very low" threat to the wider public and is not likely to bring disruption in the way COVID has, a health expert has told Sky News.
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