The monkeypox vaccine is not 100% safe and that is why people should reduce their risk of infection. This was said on Wednesday by Rosamund Lewis, WHO’s a technical leader. This material has surfaced at a time when over 35,000 cases of monkeypox have been reported in 92 different countries, and as a result of this 12 people have lost their lives. Lewis stated at a news conference that the WHO does not anticipate a 100% success rate for the vaccination in preventing monkeypox.
He said, “We don’t have accurate information. It serves as a reminder that a vaccine is not a miracle cure. Every person who thinks they may be at risk should check their risk level and take responsibility for medical treatment.” That includes providing vaccination where it is available, but it also includes protecting against risky activities.”
At least 7,500 cases of monkeypox were detected last week, according to WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. This means that it was a 20 percent increase compared to the previous week. According to the head of the WHO, most occurrences of monkeypox in Europe and America occur when males have intercourse with other men.
In July last month, the European Commission (EU) approved the use of the smallpox vaccine for monkeypox. Earlier, the World Health Organization (WHO) had declared monkeypox a global health disaster. This information was given by the Danish pharmaceutical manufacturer. The European Commission has given its approval for the business to advertise its monkeypox vaccine, Imvanex, as a smallpox vaccination, according to Bavarian Nordic. This follows the advice of the drug ombudsman for the European Commission.
Now the WHO is also preparing to change its name due to the stigma associated with the monkeypox disease. The name of this disease is also causing danger to monkeys. For instance, there have lately been allegations of attacks on monkeys in Brazil by humans who were scared of getting sick. According to WHO spokesperson Fadela Chaibe, the term “monkeypox transferred to people” was used before it was recommended to identify diseases.
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