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Interactive map | Tracking Monkeypox cases in California by county

The CDC has reported nearly 9,000 cases of Monkeypox in the U.S. so far, with over 1,500 cases in California.

CALIFORNIA, USA — Officials from the World Health Organization have declared monkeypox to be a global health emergency. Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency earlier this month, which bolsters the state's response to monkeypox in an effort to help slow the spread of the disease. 

The CDC has reported nearly 9,000 cases of monkeypox in the U.S. so far with over 1,500 cases in California. Symptoms of the virus include high fever, swollen lymph nodes, and a widespread rash across the face and body.

Here's a look at how many cases of probable and confirmed cases have been reported in each county across California:

Sources include the California Department of Public Health and individual county governments. The data in this map will be updated as new case numbers are reported.

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- World Health Organization declares monkeypox a global emergency

- No, the monkeypox outbreak has not been declared a pandemic

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- Another California county has declared a local emergency due to monkeypox

- Monkeypox in Northern California: Current cases in Sacramento, Placer, Solano and Stanislaus counties

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