Global Situation (non-endemic countries): Since 13 May 2022, and as of 7 June 2022, 1,088 confirmed cases and no deaths of monkeypox have been reported from 29 countries that are not endemic for monkeypox. These countries are mainly in Europe and North America: United Kingdom (302 cases), Spain (198), Portugal (166), Canada (80), Germany (80), France (66), Netherlands (54), United States (34), Italy (20), Belgium (17), United Arab Emirates (13), Switzerland (10), Ireland (7), Australia (6), Czechia (6), Slovenia (6), Sweden (5), Denmark (3), Argentina (2), Finland (2), Israel (2), Latvia (2), Austria (1), Gibraltar (1), Hungary (1), Malta (1), Mexico (1), Morocco (1), and Norway (1). Most reported cases have so far presented through either sexual health or other primary or secondary health care facilities and have involved mainly, but not exclusively, men who have sex with men (MSM). Preliminary laboratory data indicate that the monkeypox virus strain detected in Europe and elsewhere belong to the West African clade. For more information on the global situation please visit the World Health Organization (WHO) website.