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Climate change to blame for monkeypox outbreak, says professor

“Monkeypox is very rarely fatal and most sufferers develop a fever, rash and swollen lymph nodes. Symptoms last for up to a month and the disease is transmitted through skin to skin contact, body fluids, respiratory droplets or contaminated items such as bedding and clothing.”

This was originally posted here at Climate Depot on 31 May, 2022.


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