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WHO warns 'sustained transmission' of monkeypox risks vulnerable groups

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Monkeypox has now been identified in more than 50 countries outside of Africa. One death confirmed and cases exceeding 3,400 since the outbreak was first reported in May. WHO is investigating reports of infected children, including two cases in the UK. It is also following up reports in Spain and France.
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Reuters

WHO warns 'sustained transmission' of monkeypox risks vulnerable groups

The World Health Organization says "sustained transmission" of monkeypox worldwide could see the virus begin to move into high-risk groups, such as pregnant women, immunocompromised people and children.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Global News

‘Sustained transmission’ of monkeypox will put vulnerable groups at risk, WHO warns - National

There have been more than 3,400 cases of monkeypox, and one death, since the outbreak began in May, largely in Europe among men who have sex with men, according to a WHO tally.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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News24

WHO warns 'sustained transmission' of monkeypox risks vulnerable groups

The World Health Organisation said "sustained transmission" of monkeypox worldwide could see the virus begin to move into high-risk groups, like pregnant women, immunocompromised people and children.

2 months ago·South Africa
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ABC Australia

WHO chief warns growing numbers of monkeypox cases could see virus move into high-risk groups

The warning comes as a number of children in Europe become infected with the virus.

2 months ago·Australia
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RTÉ

WHO warns of monkeypox risk to vulnerable groups

The World Health Organization has said "sustained transmission" of monkeypox worldwide could see the virus begin to move into high-risk groups, like pregnant women, immunocompromised people and children.

2 months ago·Ireland
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Financial Post

WHO warns ‘sustained transmission’ of monkeypox risks vulnerable groups

LONDON -- The World Health Organization says "sustained transmission" of monkeypox worldwide could see the virus begin to move into high-risk groups, such as pregnant women, immunocompromised people and children. Read More

2 months ago·Canada
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