Why Monkeypox Outbreak’s a WHO Global Emergency

The World Health Organization has sounded the alarm over the monkeypox outbreak in dozens of countries, qualifying it as a global emergency. That elevates efforts to treat the disease and to produce vaccines. A global emergency is the WHO’s top alert but it does not necessarily mean a disease is particularly deadly or transmissible. But what does a global emergency status exactly mean for the monkeypox? How alarmed should we be?

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