Monkeypox: US declared public health emergency

Washington: America has declared a public health emergency in the country in view of the continuous increase in cases of monkeypox. So far 6,600 cases of monkeypox infection have been registered in America. The US government’s decision is expected to accelerate the delivery of vaccines, treatments and resources to stop the spread
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Monkeypox: US declared public health emergency




Washington: America has declared a public health emergency in the country in view of the continuous increase in cases of monkeypox. So far 6,600 cases of monkeypox infection have been registered in America. The US government’s decision is expected to accelerate the delivery of vaccines, treatments and resources to stop the spread of monkeypox infection. The White House earlier this week also announced the appointment of a team for national coordination and monitoring. Is. The team also includes Demetre Daskalakis, a New York-based physician who has led a successful initiative to curb the spread of HIV in the US. According to data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there has been a worldwide increase in monkeypox infections this year. More than 26,000 cases have been confirmed in the

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