Castilla-La Mancha has registered two new cases of monkeypox. It is a 47-year-old man in the province of Albacete and another 42 in the province of Toledo. With these two, there are already seven cases detected in the region: four in Toledo, one in Albacete, one in Ciudad Real and one in Guadalajara.
According to data from the National Epidemiological Surveillance Network (Renave), as of June 24, 736 cases had been confirmed in Spain in 15 autonomous communities. The vast majority are men (726), while there are seven women and in the other three the gender is not specified.
Those infected range between 18 and 67 years, with a median age of 37 years (interquartile range: 31-43 years).
Likewise, a large part presented fever, asthenia, rash and lymphadenopathy throughout their clinical process.