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WHO says monkeypox outbreak 'containable', confirms 131 cases outside Africa

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Monkeypox is a usually mild viral infection that is endemic in parts of west and central Africa. It spreads chiefly through close contact, and until the recent outbreak has only rarely been seen in other parts of the world. The majority of the recent cases have been reported in Europe.
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Times of India

WHO says monkeypox outbreak 'containable', confirms 131 cases outside Africa

While the outbreak is unusual, it remains "containable", the WHO said, and it is convening further meetings to support member states with more advice on how to tackle the outbreak.

1 month ago·Mumbai, India
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Reuters

Monkey pox is “containable”, 131 cases of infection outside of Africa = WHO

[Geneva 24th Reuters] - The World Health Organization (WHO) reported 131 cases of infection and 106 suspected cases since the 7th of this month when a person infected with monkey pox was first found outside of Africa on the 24th I made it clear that. This epidemic is a rare phenomenon, but it is said that “containment is possible” and the epidemic is limited. The WHO will hold more meetings in the future and provide advice to member countries. A…

1 month ago·United Kingdom
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CNBC

Monkeypox Outbreak Is ‘Containable,' WHO Says as It Confirms More Cases

The World Health Organization said Tuesday that a recent outbreak of monkeypox cases in non-endemic countries is “containable” even as it continues to confound health experts.

1 month ago·United States
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RTÉ

WHO says monkeypox is containable as 131 cases reported

There have been 131 confirmed monkeypox cases and 106 further suspected cases since the first case was reported on 7 May outside the countries where it usually spreads, the World Health Organization has said.

1 month ago·Ireland
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Channel News Asia

WHO says monkeypox outbreak 'containable', confirms 131 cases outside Africa

GENEVA: The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday (May 24) there have been 131 confirmed monkeypox cases and 106 further suspected cases since the first was reported on May 7 outside the countries where it usually spreads. While the outbreak is unusual, it remains "containable" and limited, the W

1 month ago·Singapore
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Sky News

Monkeypox: 131 cases confirmed in 19 countries, says World Health Organisation

While the outbreak is unusual, it remains "containable", the WHO says - as Slovenia reports its first case - reportedly a traveller who had returned from the Canary Islands in Spain.

1 month ago·United Kingdom
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