This is why scientists aren't frightened of monkeypox.

The monkeypox epidemic has piqued the interest of a worried populace still recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic.

On the lookout for the next virus to disrupt our life.

Professionals, on the other hand, are much more relaxed about monkeypox than armchair commentators.

"Everyone has become a virologist in the last couple of years," said Paula Cannon, a virologist at USC's Keck School of Medicine. 

"We don't have to be terrified." Scientists are already familiar with this virus, unlike the situation two years ago with the then-novel coronavirus.

 They know monkeypox isn't quite as contagious as COVID-19 and isn't nearly as lethal. 

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