“World Health” announces more than 5,000 cases of “monkeypox” worldwide

The World Health Organization has reported one death and 5,322 confirmed cases of smallpox worldwide so far, an increase of at least 50% from the previous census released on June 22, a spokeswoman announced Tuesday.“The World Health Organization continues to urge countries to pay special attention to monkeypox infections to reduce infection,” Fadela Chaib told … Read more

WHO declares end of Ebola outbreak in Congo

Today, Monday, the World Health Organization declared the end of the latest Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo.The disease spread in the province of Equateur, where the first case was recorded on April 23. In total, four confirmed cases and one suspected case were recorded. According to the World Health Organization, all patients … Read more

UFC 276 results: live stream, how to watch, card, start time, Israel Adesanya, Alexander Volkanovski

Hollywood star and UFC fan Christ Pratt says he will be rooting for Australian Alexander Volkanovski, who is “approaching GOAT status”. Follow our coverage live here. Hello and welcome to our coverage of UFC 276 from Las Vegas. One of the biggest days of the year for the UFC has finally arrived, with two belts … Read more

‘Urgent’ action needed in Europe against the spread of smallpox: WHO | News from the World Health Organization

The WHO director in Europe calls on governments and civil society to ‘intensify efforts’ to reverse the spread of the virus. The World Health Organization (WHO) has called for “urgent” action to stop the spread of smallpox in Europe, noting that cases have tripled in the past two weeks. To date, more than 5,000 cases … Read more

WHO says Monkeypox is not a serious threat today

Monkeypox may be spreading to dozens of nations, but it still doesn’t qualify as a global health emergency, the World Health Organization said on Saturday. However, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said smallpox is rapidly evolving and advised governments around the world to increase their surveillance, contact tracing and testing, CNBC reported. He also called … Read more

‘Urgent’ action needed in Europe against the spread of smallpox: WHO | News from the World Health Organization

The WHO director in Europe calls on governments and civil society to ‘intensify efforts’ to reverse the spread of the virus. The World Health Organization (WHO) has called for “urgent” action to stop the spread of smallpox in Europe, noting that cases have tripled in the past two weeks. To date, more than 5,000 cases … Read more

EU starts review of Nordic Bavarian monkeypox vaccine

The European Union medicines regulator said on Tuesday it has begun a review to extend the use of the smallpox vaccine from the Nordic countries of Bavaria to prevent smallpox disease as well. The Danish biotechnology Imvanex vaccine has been approved for smallpox in Europe but has been provided for off-label use to treat monkeypox. … Read more

World Health Network declares monkeypox outbreak a pandemic

The current varicella The outbreak, which has infected 3,417 people in 42 countries, was declared a pandemic on Thursday by the World Health Network (WHN), a global collaboration of science teams and citizens. The declaration comes before the World Health Organization(WHO) on Thursday to decide on the designation of the monkeypox outbreak. quoting monkeypoxmetera website … Read more

Here’s How Many Lives Covid Jab Saved In Just One Year

The launch of the Covid vaccine was hailed as a significant turning point in the pandemic – and rightly so, new research has revealed. A study published in the journal Lancet Infectious Diseases estimates that around 20 million lives were saved in just one year due to the vaccine. The first jab was administered to … Read more

WHO convenes emergency meeting on chickenpox outbreak; Stanford lab begins testing

WHO convenes emergency meeting on chickenpox outbreak; Stanford Lab Begins Testing – CBS San Francisco Watch CBS News The question on hand is whether the outbreak constitutes a public health emergency of international concern and if so, the proposed recommendations to deal with the multi-country outbreak. Elizabeth Cook reports. Be the first to know Get … Read more