Houve 2,859 cases of the illness recorded in the UK so far, the UK Health Security Agency said.
The number of monkeypox cases in the UK is beginning to plateau, according to new figures from the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA).
The organisation said there have been 2,859 cases of the illness recorded in the UK, with the majority being transmitted between gay and bisexual men, and men who have sex with other men.
A small number of cases have been recorded among females but 99% of those infected have been male.
O NHS announced late last month that it was stepping up its vaccination programme against monkeypox in London as more supplies of a jab became available.
Vaccination experts have recommended that gay and bisexual men at higher risk of exposure to monkeypox be offered the smallpox vaccine Imvanex.
Dr Meera Chand, director of clinical and emerging infections at the UKHSA, said that despite the early signs of a plateau the public must “remain vigilant”.
“While the most recent data suggest the growth of the outbreak has slowed, we cannot be complacent," ela disse.
“Esteja atento e verifique se há sintomas de varíola dos macacos, incluindo erupções cutâneas e bolhas.
“If you are concerned that you may have monkeypox symptoms, fazer uma pausa nos eventos, encontrar-se com amigos ou ter contato sexual. Em vez de, fique em casa e entre em contato 111 or your local sexual health service for advice.
“The smallpox vaccine is being offered to individuals at higher risk of coming into contact with monkeypox in order to offer them protection and to reduce the spread of disease.”