Monkeypox has been found in two youngsters in the United States.

Children under the age of eight may be more susceptible to the virus's severe effects.

The primary method of dissemination for monkeypox is close contact. Less frequently occurs respiratory transmission.

Adults have been the target of the great majority of cases.

Gay and bisexual males have been the most vulnerable to the disease

The symptoms of monkeypox in children are thought to be the same as in adults.

Lesions occur as lumps that develop into fluid-filled ulcers on the face, arms, legs, and hands.

However, not all of these symptoms will be present, and in some circumstances, people may merely experience a generalised rash.

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