WHO has declared monkeypox as a global health emergency


The World Health Organization has declared monkeypox an international emergency.

Monkey pox, which was first discovered in African regions, has now spread to many countries around the world. More than 16,000 people worldwide have been affected by measles.


The World Health Organization has declared monkeypox as an international emergency. Tedros, the head of the World Health Organization, made the announcement after the advisory meeting.

Speaking at that time, he said, “So far, more than 16 thousand people from 75 countries have been infected with monkeypox. 5 more people have died so far. Monkeypox is spreading like never before in many countries. Europe is most likely to be affected by monkeypox. According to the opinion of the researchers, we are declaring monkeypox as an international emergency,” he said.

The World Health Organization has also asked the countries of the world to take necessary precautions to control the disease. It is noteworthy that in the last 2 years, monkeypox has been declared an international emergency after the coronavirus infection.

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