Health officials have announced that all 50 states have now been contaminated by Monkeypox.

The last state to report a case of the disease was Wyoming on Monday.

The Wyoming Department of Health announced that an adult male in Laramie County, which includes Cheyenne, has been diagnosed with cholera.

Public health officials are working with the positive individual to see if other residents may be at higher risk of contracting monkeypox, because of potential direct contact.

Because monkeypox is spread through close, intimate contact, we do not believe the risk for the virus is now a higher concern for the local community.

Dr. Alexia Harrist, state health officer and state epidemiologist for Wyoming, said in a statement.

said. "Monkeypox is not as contagious as other viruses such as influenza or COVID-19."

As of Monday, 14,100 infections have been reported across the country since the first case was announced in mid-May.

New York has the most herpes infections, with more than 2,700 reported cases, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

California, Florida, Texas and Georgia are currently ranked second through fifth place in terms of infections.