Those who contract the virus will now have to self-isolate for three weeks, Belgian health authorities have said, after three cases were recorded in the country.
Belgium becomes first country to introduce compulsory monkeypox quarantine: Anyone testing positive must isolate for 21 days as 14 countries now confirm outbreaks and doctors warn of ‘significant rise’ in UK cases
- Dr Claire Dewsnap is president of British Association for Sexual Health and HIV
- She says she expects to see ‘really significant numbers’ over the coming weeks
- It comes as British child in critical condition is among UK’s 20 recorded cases
- Israel and Switzerland are latest countries to confirm they have recorded cases