1. Monkeypox outbreak: Case count rises to more than 3,200 globally, says WHO  Global News
  2. Is monkeypox a global emergency? WHO is considering it  CTV News
  3. How the Monkeypox Epidemic Is Likely to Play Out  TheTyee.ca
  4. WHO to discuss declaring monkeypox outbreak a global health emergency  Global News
  5. Past global health emergencies the WHO has called  CTV News
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The WHO head called on member states to share information on the monkeypox virus as it would help the agency in its goal to support countries to contain transmission.The WHO head called on member states to share information on the monkeypox virus as it would help the agency in its goal to support countries to contain transmission.

Monkeypox outbreak: Case count rises to more than 3,200 globally, says WHO - National | Globalnews.ca

The WHO head called on member states to share information on the monkeypox virus as it would help the agency in its goal to support countries to contain transmission.

Monkeypox outbreak: Case count rises to more than 3,200 globally, says WHO - National | Globalnews.ca

The World Health Organization convened its emergency committee Thursday to consider if the spiralling outbreak of monkeypox warrants being declared a global emergency.The World Health Organization convened its emergency committee Thursday to consider if the spiralling outbreak of monkeypox warrants being declared a global emergency.

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As the World Health Organization meets on Thursday to evaluate whether monkeypox constitutes an international emergency, its highest form of alert, here is what that could mean and what other health emergencies have been called in the past. As the World Health Organization meets on Thursday to evaluate whether monkeypox constitutes an international emergency, its highest form of alert, here is what that could mean and what other health emergencies have been called in the past.

Past global health emergencies the WHO has called | CTV News

The WHN announcement comes ahead of WHO meeting to be held on 23 June to decide on their monkeypox outbreak designation. Even with death rates much lower than smallpox, unless actions are taken to stop the ongoing spread—actions that can be practically implemented—millions of people will die and many more will become blind and disabled, it said.The WHN announcement comes ahead of WHO meeting to be held on 23 June to decide on their monkeypox outbreak designation. Even with death rates much lower than smallpox, unless actions are taken to stop the ongoing spread—actions that can be practically implemented—millions of people will die and many more will become blind and disabled, it said.

World Health Network declares Monkeypox a pandemic | Mint

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More than 3,200 confirmed monkeypox cases and one death were reported to the World Health Organization as part of the current outbreak.

Monkeypox case count rises to more than 3,200 globally - WHO | Regina Leader Post

Monkeypox case count rises to more than 3,200 globally - WHO | Regina Leader Post

Four scenarios from a professor of mathematics and statistics.Four scenarios from a professor of mathematics and statistics.

How the Monkeypox Epidemic Is Likely to Play Out | The Tyee

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A leading African scientist says diseases "only become an emergency when developed countries are affected", as a World Health Organization panel prepares to rule on the severity of the monkeypox outbreak.A leading African scientist says diseases "only become an emergency when developed countries are affected", as a World Health Organization panel prepares to rule on the severity of the monkeypox outbreak.

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The World Health Organization is in emergency talks because of rising monkeypox infections. That doesn't mean that there's another pandemic — but some people will need additional protection.The World Health Organization is in emergency talks because of rising monkeypox infections. That doesn't mean that there's another pandemic — but some people will need additional protection.

Monkeypox: How to protect yourself against the virus | Science | In-depth reporting on science and technology | DW | 23.06.2022

The seriousness of an epidemic is a function of several factors, including the degree of contagiousness and potential for rapid spread.The seriousness of an epidemic is a function of several factors, including the degree of contagiousness and potential for rapid spread.

At what point is a disease deemed to be a global threat? Here's the answer

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At what point is a disease deemed to be a global threat? Here's the answer

The World Health Organization will decide on Thursday whether to declare monkeypox a global health emergency, stirring criticism from leading African scientists who say it has been a crisis in their region for years.The World Health Organization will decide on Thursday whether to declare monkeypox a global health emergency, stirring criticism from leading African scientists who say it has been a crisis in their region for years.

WHO eyes decision on monkeypox 'emergency', Africa says it's long overdue | Reuters

The smallpox-related virus has been mostly affecting men who have sex with men. Authorities are trying to curb its spread without perpetuating stigma.The smallpox-related virus has been mostly affecting men who have sex with men. Authorities are trying to curb its spread without perpetuating stigma.

Monkeypox: What we know about the virus as the WHO considers if the outbreak is an 'emergency' | Euronews

LONDON — The World Health Organization (WHO) will decide on Thursday whether to declare monkeypox a global health emergency, stirring criticism from leading…

Monkeypox 'emergency' decision due from WHO sparks African criticism | Financial Post

Monkeypox 'emergency' decision due from WHO sparks African criticism | Financial Post

The current monkeypox outbreak, which has infected 3,417 people across 42 countries, has on Thursday been declared a pandemic by World Health Network (WHN),The current monkeypox outbreak, which has infected 3,417 people across 42 countries, has on Thursday been declared a pandemic by World Health Network (WHN), a global collaboration of scientific and citizen teams. The declaration comes ahead of the World Health Organization's (WHO) meeting on Thursday, to decide on their monkeypox outbreak designation.

World Health Network declares monkeypox outbreak a pandemic | Business Insider India

There have been at least 3,200 confirmed monkeypox cases across the world in the last six weeks.There have been at least 3,200 confirmed monkeypox cases across the world in the last six weeks.

Monkeypox virus outbreak: WHO considers "global emergency" designation

Is there a need for mass monkeypox vaccination? The current outbreak shows more human-to-human transmission and has spread to more countries, and four scenarios are possible, says this professor.Is there a need for mass monkeypox vaccination? The current outbreak shows more human-to-human transmission and has spread to more countries, and four scenarios are possible, says this professor.

Commentary: Four ways the monkeypox outbreak can play out - CNA

A World Health Organization committee of experts will meet on Thursday to discuss the monkeypox outbreak for the first time and decide whether it constitutes a global health emergency.A World Health Organization committee of experts will meet on Thursday to discuss the monkeypox outbreak for the first time and decide whether it constitutes a global health emergency.

WHO emergency committee meets on monkeypox

The decision came as the World Health Organization prepared to meet on June 23. The decision came as the World Health Organization prepared to meet on June 23.

World Health Network Declares Monkeypox Outbreak a Pandemic

The purpose of declaring a pandemic is to achieve a concerted effort across multiple countries or over the world to prevent widespread harm, the WHN said in its statement. | World NewsThe purpose of declaring a pandemic is to achieve a concerted effort across multiple countries or over the world to prevent widespread harm, the WHN said in its statement.

Citizen's initiative declares monkeypox outbreak a 'pandemic', urges WHO action | World News - Hindustan Times

(New York) – Governments should work with affected communities to promote accurate, non-stigmatizing information about monkeypox and make testing and treatment widely accessible, Human Rights Watch said today. As hundreds of cases are reported in Europe and North America, health authorities should draw on lessons from effective management in Africa, and prioritize global availability of vaccines, tests, and treatments.(New York) – Governments should work with affected communities to promote accurate, non-stigmatizing information about monkeypox and make testing and treatment widely accessible, Human Rights Watch said today. As hundreds of cases are reported in Europe and North America, health authorities should draw on lessons from effective management in Africa, and prioritize global availability of vaccines, tests, and treatments.

Respect Rights in Monkeypox Response | Human Rights Watch

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Scientists describe the global prevalence and significance of the current monkeypox virus outbreak.Scientists describe the global prevalence and significance of the current monkeypox virus outbreak.

Combating monkeypox during COVID-19