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WHO Confirms Another Deadly Disease Already Confirmed In 11 Countries

The confirmation by WHO of the existence of a fatal illness has created a very frightening situation in the nation. There have been around 80 confirmed occurrences of the illness known as monkeypox across 11 nations. There is a high probability that the cases will also be recorded in the nation, and WHO has warned the population.

According to the WHO, around 50 other cases are being investigated; however, the nations involved have not been identified. However, the sickness has been seen in a number of nations, including Italy, Spain, Sweden, Portugal, Canada, the United States of America, and the United Kingdom.

The World Health Organization (WHO) states that there have been no reports of anyone having antibodies against monkeypox. 85 percent of the justifications for security relate to smallpox because of the strong connection between the two.

According to the information provided by the UK Health Agency, the first case was discovered in the UK on May 7th. It is suspected that the individual who was infected with the sickness for the first time had been to Nigeria, which is one of the countries in which the disease may have been acquired. After that, they continued their journey in England.

The illness has the potential to spread to any location, and there is also the possibility of monkeypox. The World Health Organization warns everyone to be on the lookout for the concerning new sickness.

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