Patients are warned that stroking animals could spread monkeypox further 


Monkeypox patients will be told to keep their distance from family pets in official guidance to be issued later this week.

The advice from the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs will warn of a potential risk of human-to-animal transmission.

European health officials have already expressed concerns that animals on the Continent could become permanent reservoirs of disease if it is allowed to make the jump.

Advice from the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs will…



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