The number of cases of Monkeypox in Spain has risen by 12, to a total of 132.
In an update from the Ministry of Health, they confirmed a number of new cases in six regions across Spain – however the majority of infections remains in Madrid.
Over the last few weeks 297 suspected caseshave been tested by the Carlos III Health Institute, with 165 testing negative.
96 cases are confirmed in Madrid, 9 in Catalonia, 6 in the Canary Islands, 4 in Andalucía, 3 in the Basque region and 1 in Aragon and Galicia. Suspected cases in the Valencian Community and Castilla-La Mancha have tested negative it was confirmed.