Monkeypox: Raises The Highest Alert For What WHO said.
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Monkeypox: Raises The Highest Alert For What WHO said.

The World Health Organization (WHO) declared monkeypox a 'global health emergency on Saturday. This international organization has decided to prevent the spread of this disease all over the world. The agency may make changes in several matters after issuing the warning.
 
Concern about monkeypox has increased worldwide. So far the infection of this disease has spread in 75 countries. Monkeypox has also attacked our neighboring country India. Therefore, this disease can attack Bangladesh at any time.
 
The declaration of a state of emergency on monkeypox means that this new disease cannot spread in the form of an epidemic so the issue is emphasized in a collective international process.
 
However, due to the declaration of this state of emergency by WHO, there is no order to impose a separate policy on any country. Rather, the World Health Organization through this announcement is urging all countries to be vigilant and insist on developing policies to fight the disease in the coming days.
 
More than 16,000 cases of monkeypox have been reported worldwide. Among these patients, 5 died in Africa alone.
 
 
According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, most people with monkeypox recover within two to four weeks.
 
The symptoms of this new disease are the same as any other pox. Initially, pimples and blister-like bumps appear, which gradually enlarge and become painful.
 
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