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WHO warns that "persistent infection" of monkeypox puts vulnerable groups at risk

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According to the World Health Organization,"sustainable transmission" of salpox around the world moves the virus to high-risk groups such as pregnant women, people with weakened immunity, and children. May start to.

WHO said Wednesday that it was investigating reports of infected children, including two in the UK, and tracking reports in Spain and France. None of the child cases were severe. The

virus is currently being identified in more than 50 new countries other than the endemic African countries. WHO said the number of cases is increasing in these countries as well, calling for stronger trials.

Those who rated the risk of MONKEY POX as "moderate"

"The virus" established itself, children, immunity It may move to high-risk groups such as reduced women and pregnant women. "

A logo is pictured at the World Health Organization building in Geneva, Switzerland, on Feb. 2, 2020. 

Logo is February 2, 2020, Switzerland, Geneva.  (Reuters / Denis Balibouse)

More than 3,400 monkey pox have occurred. According to WHO tally, one person has died among men having sex with men, mainly in Europe, since the outbreak began in May. There were also more than 1,500 cases and 66 deaths this year in more commonly prevalent countries.

Last week, the WHO ruled that the outbreak was not yet a public health emergency, but the highest level of alertness. However, Mr. Tedros said the WHO is closely tracking the outbreak and will reconvene the committee "as soon as possible" to assess whether this is still the case. [L1N2YE0YM]

MONKEYPOX says more than previously thought, researchers say

UN agenciesDistribute the vaccine more equitably after suggesting that countries such as the United Kingdom and the United States are ready to share a stocked small pox vaccine that also protects from salpox.