More than a quarter of the Monkeypox cases have been reported from New York, where the disease has been declared a public health threat by New York governor Kathy Hochul. With over 6,000 cases, the US tops the list of countries with the most affected. Over 780,000 doses of vaccines have been distributed across the country.Spain recorded the second death from Monkeypox on July 30. This makes it one of the first deaths from the disease to be recorded outside Africa and makes Spain the leading European country for detected cases. Health authorities have administered over 5,000 doses of vaccines.The first Monkeypox case in the United Kingdom was detected on April 29. There are now 2,749 cases reported. The disease’s epicenter was in London and the country has ordered over 130,000 doses of vaccines against the virus.With cases crossing over 2,500, Germany has amped up its vaccine protection drive. Those over 18 years of age will receive a vaccine made by Bavarian Nordic. Berlin was the epicenter, with the first case being detected on 20th May. 79% of cases reported no travel history.With cases above 2,000, France has the fifth highest number of monkeypox cases in the world. Over 18 monkeypox vaccination centers have opened up in Paris, the epicenter of the outbreak in the country. The country has managed to administer over 8,000 vaccines so far despite a staff shortage.Brazil has now surpassed 1,000 cases, including the death of a 41-year-old man with co-morbidities. A majority of the reported cases are from Sao Paulo and Rio De Janeiro. Alongside the US and Canada, Brazil is one of the highest affected countries in the Americas. The first case was detected on June 10.The first case in the Netherlands was reported on May 21. Upon discovery, the country started investigating the cases and its possible origin. No deaths have been reported so far. It is now mandatory for the cases to be reported to the Netherlands Health Service. Ontario (423) and Quebec (373) have reported the highest number of confirmed cases in Canada. The country has begun diagnostic testing for the virus that causes Monkeypox and has recommended the usage of Imvamune vaccine against the disease.The country has begun vaccinating the confirmed cases of Monkeypox. From the first case detected in May, the total number of cases in Portugal have crossed 600, with a majority of them in Lisbon and Tagus Valley region.The first monkeypox case in Italy was detected mid-May. Researchers in Spallanzani identified the first cases of monkeypox in Italy in two men who had returned from the Canary Islands. Italian researchers were also the first to discover the virus in the semen of the detected patients, concluding that it could be a vehicle for transmission. The cases currently stand at 505.