Monkeypox: Second strain identified in UK as London Today cases hit 2,257

A second kind of monkeypox has been distinguished in the UK, wellbeing authorities have declared.

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) said an individual who had as of late made a trip to West Africa had gotten a kind of the infection particular from that presently circling in Britain.

Contact following of the individual is in progress, the UKHSA said. It isn't clear the way that the individual got monkeypox or whether they are male or female.

The individual has been owned up to the Royal Liverpool University Hospital for additional testing, the UKHSA said.

There are two particular kinds of the monkeypox infection, known as Clade I and Clade II. 

Clade I has a death pace of around one of every 10, while the casualty rate for Clade II is around one out of 100.

The most recent UKHSA figures show there are a little more than 3,100 affirmed monkeypox cases in the England, with around 70% of diseases in London.