Rapidly Propagating MPV Cases Are a Concern, According to WHO Regional Director Dr. Poonam Khetrapal Singh.

A total of 75 nations have reported more than 16000 cases of monkeypox, including three cases from India and one case from Thailand.

The instances in India are among the country's citizens who have recently returned from the Middle East, while a foreign resident of Thailand has been positively identified as having monkeypox.

Monkeypox is deemed a worldwide health emergency by the WHO.

Five victims of the monkeypox virus have passed away.

The global monkeypox virus outbreak has been deemed a Public Health Emergency of International Concern by the World Health Organization (WHO) (PHEIC).

Monkeypox in US

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as of Friday there were 2,891 confirmed cases of monkeypox in the country.

States reporting instances have gotten 370,000 doses of the vaccination.

WHO Recommendation

To assist stop transmission among healthcare professionals, vaccinations and the appropriate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) are also required.

According to the statement, those who are immunosuppressed, youngsters, and pregnant women may be at risk of developing serious monkeypox disease & should thus think about vaccinations.

Anyone who may have monkeypox symptoms or who has come into touch with a monkeypox case should delay all travel until they are certain they can do so without possibly spreading the virus, advised Ghebreyesus.

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