More than 80 countries where monkeypox is not endemic have reported outbreaks of the viral disease, which the World Health Organization has declared a global health emergency, as confirmed cases crossed 27,800 and non-endemic countries reported their first deaths.

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Below are the non-endemic countries that have reported monkeypox-related deaths:

  • Brazil reported its first death on July 31.

  • India reported first death on Aug. 1.

  • Spain reported its second death on July 30.

Below is a list of non-endemic countries that have reported monkeypox cases:

Asia-pacific

  • Australia had confirmed 57 cases as of Aug. 4.

  • India had confirmed nine cases as of Aug. 3.

  • Japan had reported two cases as of July 29.

  • New zealand had reported three cases on Aug. 2.

  • Philippines reported its first case on July 29.

  • Singapore had confirmed 15 cases as of Aug. 5.

  • South korea reported two cases on June 22.

  • Taiwan confirmed two cases as of Aug. 2.

  • Thailand had confirmed four cases as of Aug. 5.

Europe

  • Andorra had confirmed three cases as of July 27.

  • Austria had confirmed 160 cases as of Aug. 5.

  • Belgium had detected 482 cases by Aug. 3.

  • Bosnia reported its first case on July 13.

  • Bulgaria had confirmed four cases as of July 22.

  • Croatia had reported 12 cases by Aug. 2.

  • Czech republic had confirmed 26 cases as of Aug. 3.

  • Cyprus reported its first case on Aug. 2.

  • Denmark had confirmed 123 cases by Aug. 8.

  • Estonia had confirmed nine cases by Aug. 5.

  • Finland had confirmed 22 cases as of Aug. 4.

  • France had confirmed 2,423 cases by Aug. 4.

  • Georgia confirmed its first case on June 15.

  • Germany had reported 2,887 cases by Aug. 5.

  • Gibraltar had confirmed five cases as of July 20.

  • Greece had confirmed 33 cases by Aug. 3.

  • Hungary had confirmed 42 cases by Aug. 3.

  • Iceland had reported 10 cases as of Aug. 3.

  • Ireland had confirmed 97 cases as of Aug. 3.

  • Italy had detected 545 cases as of Aug. 5.

  • Latvia had confirmed three cases as of July 25.

  • Lithuania confirmed its first case on Aug. 3.

  • Luxembourg had confirmed 31 cases as of Aug. 3.

  • Malta had confirmed 17 cases as of July 20.

  • Montenegro reported its first case on Aug. 1.

  • Netherlands had confirmed 957 cases as of Aug. 4.

  • Norway had reported 65 cases by Aug. 8.

  • POLAND had reported 63 cases by Aug. 2.

  • Portugal had confirmed 710 cases as of Aug. 5.

  • Romania had confirmed 22 cases as of Aug. 2.

  • Russia confirmed its first case on July 12.

  • Serbia had reported 10 cases as of July 27.

  • Slovakia had confirmed six cases as of Aug. 2.

  • Slovenia had reported 37 cases as of Aug. 2.

  • Spain had confirmed 4,942 cases by Aug. 5.

  • Sweden had confirmed 111 cases by Aug. 4.

  • Switzerland had confirmed 316 cases as of Aug. 5.

  • The United kingdom had 2,768 confirmed cases as of Aug. 4, including 2,639 in England, 67 in Scotland, 25 in Northern Ireland and 37 in Wales.

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