In Gothamist: With 10 cases and counting, NYC can curb monkeypox spread with quicker diagnosis, experts say

Seal of the Office of Mark Levine, Manhattan Borough President

Health experts say monkeypox cases in New York City are rising, but faster diagnosis processes could help counter the spread.

Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine co-hosted an online panel on Monday with other elected officials and health experts geared towards walking the public through where the city stands in its fight against the illness. Experts said that New York City was reporting 10 cases of monkeypox as of Monday.

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