Global Infectious Diseases, August 2022

Announcing a new article publication for Zoonoses journal. Infectious diseases have greatly affected the development of human history, owing to their unpredictable zoonotic characteristics. The recording of infectious diseases epidemic data provides information on disease transmission trends and enables research on the risk of penitential epidemics and the mechanisms of transmission of infectious diseases. Recent years have seen a significant increase in the number of confirmed and fatal cases of COVID-19 since it became a pandemic in late 2019. Monkeypox also has potential for global transmission because the World Health Organization (WHO) has reported cases of MPXV in at least 12 Countries that are not endemic for monkeypox virus. Africa and Southeast Asia appear to be the main regions where mosquito-borne diseases are epidemic, possibly because of the rainy weather in these regions in the past months. Tracking disease incidence and epidemic tendency remains imperative in these areas, although most infectious diseases appear to be dispersed and transmitted in only several areas now.

Article reference: Qi Xiang, Taihan Li and Jiazhen Zou et al. Global Infectious Diseases in August of 2022: Monthly Analysis. Zoonoses. Vol. 2(1). DOI: 10.15212/ZOONOSES-2022-1001

Keywords: Infectious disease, transmission, COVID-19, monkeypox

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