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More Than 18,000 Cases Of Monkeypox Globally, Most In Europe: WHO

Monkeypox is in the process of being renamed, to avoid the name being "weaponised" or used in a racist way, WHO emergencies director Mike Ryan said. The U.N. agency is recommending vaccination for high-risk groups, including healthcare workers, and men who have sex with men with multiple sexual partners

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We Believe Monkeypox Outbreak Can Be Stopped: WHO Chief

The WHO label - a "public health emergency of international concern" - is designed to trigger a coordinated international response and could unlock funding to collaborate on sharing vaccines and treatments

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Monkeypox Rapidly Spreading, Strengthen Surveillance: WHO

Globally, over 16,000 cases of monkeypox have been reported from 75 countries. In the WHO South-East Asia Region, four cases of monkeypox have been reported, three from India and one from Thailand. The cases in India are among nationals who returned home from the Middle East, while in Thailand a Nigerian living in the country has been confirmed positive for monkeypox

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More than 1,000 Monkeypox Cases Registered Globally: WHO

Twenty-nine countries have reported cases in the current outbreak, which began in May. None have reported deaths. At a media briefing in Geneva, Tedros also said there had been more than 1,400 suspected cases of monkeypox this year in Africa and 66 deaths

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Global Rise In Covid Cases Is 'Tip Of The Iceberg': WHO

A combination of factors is causing the increases, including the highly transmissible Omicron variant and its BA.2 sublineage, and the lifting of public health and social measures

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Moderna CEO Warns COVID-19 Shots Less Effective Against Omicron

Omicron - which the World Health Organization (WHO) said carries a "very high" risk of infection surges - has triggered global alarm, with border closures casting a shadow over a nascent economic recovery from a two-year pandemic.

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Omicron Variant Reportedly Has Over 30 Mutations In Spike Protein: AIIMS Chief

Dr Guleria emphasised the need to be very vigilant and having aggressive surveillance both for international travellers and in the region where there is a sudden increase in the number of cases.

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WHO Says Number Of New Cases Fell Last Week

The European Medicines Agency gave its endorsement to EU countries offering a third dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech shot to people 18 and over.

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WHO European Head Backs 3rd Vaccine Doses For The Vulnerable

Dr. Hans Kluge cited “deeply worrying” levels of high transmission, saying 33 countries among the 53 in the WHO Europe region have reported an increase in case counts of 10 percent or more over the past two weeks.

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Environmental Intelligence Company Ambee Partners With Razor

Startups in the DeFi, insurance, and other environmental blockchain startups will be able to use this verified data available on the Razor Network Decentralized Oracles.

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UN Security Council calls for cease-fires to speed up COVID-19 vaccinations

UN Security Council calls for cease-fires to speed up COVID-19 vaccinations

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Japanese WHO expert voices skepticism on China's theory 'virus intruded' into Beijing from abroad

Japanese WHO expert voices skepticism on China's theory 'virus intruded' into Beijing from abroad

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WHO believes badgers, rabbits could have spread COVID-19 to humans

WHO believes badgers, rabbits could have spread COVID-19 to humans

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WHO gives AstraZeneca-Oxford's COVID-19 vaccines emergency use approval

WHO gives AstraZeneca-Oxford's COVID-19 vaccines emergency use approval

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US raises concerns over China's interference in WHO's probe on COVID-19 origin

US raises concerns over China's interference in WHO's probe on COVID-19 origin

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