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Europe · Geneva

WHO chief to be confirmed for 2nd term after no opposition

42% Center coverage: 45 sources
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus is expected to be confirmed by the U.N. health agency's member countries. He is the first African to lead the agency and the only director-general not qualified as a medical doctor. No other candidate challenged Tedros for the post amid the ongoing difficulties of responding to the coronavirus pandemic.See the Story
Europe · Geneva

WHO says no urgent need for mass monkeypox vaccinations

47% Right coverage: 19 sources
The World Health Organization does not believe the monkeypox outbreak outside of Africa requires mass vaccinations. Good hygiene and safe sexual behavior will help control its spread, a senior official said. Richard Pebody, who leads the high-threat pathogen team at WHO Europe, also said that immediate supplies of vaccines and anti-virals are relatively limited.See the Story
Europe · Geneva

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

47% Center coverage: 15 sources
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.See the Story
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No domestic cases reported of monkeypox

100% Center coverage: 3 sources
The United Arab Emirates is the first Gulf state to record a case of monkeypox. The Czech Republic and Slovenia also reported their first cases on Tuesday. Outside Africa there are now 237 confirmed and suspected cases of the virus. Experts say the overall risk to the general population remains low.See the Story
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WHO says risk of transmission of monkey pox “can still be controlled”

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
He claims that it is “unlikely” that the virus has already mutatedSee the Story
World Health Organization · California

WHO explains what monkey pox is, how it is spread, who is at risk and how to protect yourself

The World Health Organization warns that the current situation is worrying because it does not resemble the typical patterns we have seen before with monkey pox, however it clarified some doubts about this diseaseSee the Story
World Health Organization · Davos

World Health Organization "Global Pandemic Treaty" Includes Plan For Mandatory, Universal Digital Passport and ID System - Freedom Rock Radio

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
The World Health Assembly is set to vote on major amendments to the International Health Regulations. The changes would effectively strip all power away from sovereign countries and turn it over to the WHO's global health board in the event of a pandemic. There are also plans for a mandatory and universal vaccine passport system that's overseen by the WHO. The WHO has already contracted a German-based company, called T-Systems, to develop the technology.See the Story
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Monkey pox, can it become a pandemic?

In the context of a pandemic, the lifting of health alerts by the World Health Organization (WHO) causes concern.See the Story
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Report: World Health Assembly Unlikely to Pass Pandemic Treaty, but Biden Amendments Are on the Table

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
The World Health Organization may not be able to pass a global pandemic treaty, but amendments to increase its authority are still possible.See the Story

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