WHO Warns about Monkeypox Outbreak

 

Monkeypox

The World Health Organization (WHO) has not yet recommended a mass vaccine against monkeypox, and no one has died from the disease. However, "countries outside Africa are at real risk of being infected."

The World Health Organization (WHO) said in a statement on Wednesday that the number of infected people in the country had risen to more than 1,000. The head of the organization, Tedros Adhanam Gabriasis, said the disease was not only among men but also among those who had sex with men.

An animal-to-human transmission of a disease called zoonotic. It is a disease. Which is a local epidemic among the people of nine African countries. 

However, in recent months, the disease has spread to many European countries, especially in Britain, Spain and Portugal.

29 countries have found monkeypox patients. Some of the patients are women.

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