WHO expresses concern over the increase in monkeypox cases in Brazil

According to the WHO technical leader for the disease, Rosamund Lewis, the situation in Brazil, where there are at least 813 confirmed cases, "is very worrying" and warned that there might be more under-reported cases as there are not enough tests available to the population.

Today, July 27, the World Health Organization (WHO) expressed concern about the increase in monkeypox cases in Brazil, which is approaching 1,000.

According to the WHO technical leader for the disease, Rosamund Lewis, the situation in Brazil, where there are at least 813 confirmed cases, "is very worrying" and warned that there might . . .

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