Monkeypox: In view of the increasing cases of monkeypox, an emergency meeting of WHO has been called. In this meeting, monkeypox will be considered whether monkeypox should be declared a global crisis? Around 15,000 cases of monkeypox have been reported worldwide right now. While the United States, Britain, Canada and other countries have bought millions of vaccines. More than 70 people have already lost their lives in Africa before more serious infections of monkeypox.
downgraded the assessment
Other countries have not yet reported any deaths from monkeypox. British officials recently downgraded their assessment of the disease due to the lack of seriousness of the virus, Business Standard reported. Monkeypox has been around for decades in parts of central and western Africa, where disease-carrying wild animals sometimes infect relatively epidemic people in rural areas.
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spread to gay men
Europe North America and beyond The disease has spread to gay men since May. The fear of the epidemic in rich countries started with Spain and Belgium. Some scientists say the difference between outbreaks in Africa and developed countries would complicate any coordinated process. African officials say they are already treating the continent’s pandemic as an emergency. But experts say it is not necessary to declare an emergency for a solution of monkeypox infection in Europe, North America and beyond.
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need for a different approach
Scientists say that different approaches are needed in different countries to stop the global outbreak. Which will make it challenging to adopt a single response strategy around the world. A professor of medicine at Nigeria’s Niger Delta University says he fears the world’s limited vaccine supply will result in a recurrence of the problems posed by the coronavirus pandemic.
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