This Time WHO Has Issued A Red Alert About Children Affected By Monkeypox

WHO Has Issued A Red Alert: Monkeypox is spreading worldwide. In this situation, the World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a warning for the people of the world. Monkeypox has been declared a ‘Global Health Emergency’ by the WHO. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said, “Monkeypox is spreading rapidly around the world. The virus is spreading in multiple ways. It is for all these reasons that this monkeypox alert has been issued.”

This Time WHO Has Issued A Red Alert

WHO Has Issued A Red Alert About Children Affected By Monkeypox

It should be noted that not only adults but also two children have recently been diagnosed with monkeypox. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported on Friday that one child each from California and Washington DC respectively has been infected with the virus. Experts have started to investigate how this virus spread in the body of children. In this context, the declaration of WHO is considered to be very significant.

Incidentally, monkeypox has also spread in India. The presence of this virus was found in the body of three residents of Kerala. Corona graph is increasing once again. In the meantime, the monkeypox infestation is raising the concern of experts. Kerala Health Minister Veena George said the person infected with the virus came from the United Arab Emirates. He returned to India on July 6. He was admitted to Manjari Medical College Hospital on July 13. It is known that his physical condition has deteriorated since July 15.

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On the other hand, the virus was found in Kerala on July 12 and 14 in the bodies of two persons who had arrived from the UAE. Monkeypox had spread to many countries around the world. But, India was an exception. The center had already warned about monkeypox. Although the country was not spared from the clutches of this virus in the end.

On the other hand, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) has proposed to license Imvanex, a vaccine for monkeypox. The EMA said, “Data will be collected on how effective the vaccine is against monkeypox. Depending on whether the vaccine works to prevent monkeypox infections in Europe, the vaccine will be considered for approval.” This virus can spread from person to person.

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