© 2020 – 2022 AEA3 WEB | AEAƎ United Kingdom News
Image default

Monkeypox declared global health emergency by WHO as cases surge

Declaration is strongest call to action agency can make, with most recent such announcement being for Covid

The global monkeypox outbreak has been declared a public health emergency of international concern by the World Health Organization (WHO) – the strongest call to action the agency can make.

It is the seventh time such a declaration has been made since 2009, the most recent being for Covid-19, which was given the same label by the WHO in 2020, and follows a meeting of a committee of experts on Thursday.

Continue reading…

Related posts

NHS staff in England could be offered 3% pay rise


Prince Andrew lawyer seeks to halt US case as accuser ‘lives in Australia’


Johnson faces trust crisis as sleaze shatters faith in MPs


Your ads here. Click here