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50,000 cases of monkeypox worldwide, the United States and Europe become a hot spot, WHO warns

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There have been 50,496 cases of monkeypox worldwide.
The WHO has declared monkeypox a global health emergency.
Worldwide, 16 people have died from monkeypox.

New Delhi. The case of monkeypox is increasing worldwide. Over 50,000 cases of monkeypox have been reported worldwide. The WHO released the figure on Wednesday. According to the World Health Organization report, 50,496 cases of monkeypox have been reported worldwide. While 16 people died. The WHO declared the monkeypox outbreak a global public health emergency in July. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the drop in new cases of monkeypox proved the outbreak was preventable. Recently, the WHO said the highest number of cases were reported in America and Europe. America and Europe have become monkeypox hotspots.

He told a press conference that there is a steady decline in monkeypox cases in Canada, which is good news. Be aware that outside of African countries, an increase in monkeypox infections has been recorded since the beginning of May. On July 24, the WHO declared corona and monkeypox a public health emergency of international concern. According to the report released by the World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday, there has been a 21% decrease in monkeypox cases worldwide over the past week.

The UN agency, WHO, said 5,907 cases of monkeypox had been recorded in the past week. He said his first case was reported in two countries, Iran and Indonesia. Since the end of April, more than 45,000 cases of monkeypox have been reported in 98 countries. The WHO said 60% of the number of monkeypox cases reported worldwide in the past month came from the United States. 38% of cases have been reported in Europe. According to the latest WHO report, it is believed that the spread of monkeypox in Europe has started to decrease.

Tags: Monkeypox, WHO

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