A rare viral infection causing fevers and painful blisters has been discovered in the UK. But how many people have caught monkeypox in the UK and is there a vaccine?  The first case of monkeypox was recorded in the UK on Saturday, even though the disease is usually found in central and west Africa. People with the virus will develop a fever, intense headaches, back pain, and muscle aches, according to

the World Health Organization (WHO). Rashes will then appear on the face, before spreading to the hands and soles of the feet. The rash will develop into small, fluid-filled blisters, which are otherwise known as vesicles or pustules. However, deputy director of Public Health England’s National Infection Service, Dr. Nick Phin said “It is important to emphasize that monkeypox does not spread easily between people. READ MORE