It's is so alarming in the country as a deadly disease has been confirmed by WHO. About 80 cases of a disease called monkeypox has been confirmed in 11countries. The cases are also likely to be reported in the country, WHO warming the people.
According to WHO about 50 other cases are under investigation, however the countries were not named. However some countries have displayed the disease including, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Portugal, Canada, US, and Uk.
According to WHO, there has not yet been reported antibody of monkeypox. 85% of smallpox gives security explanations since the two are closely related.
According to UK Health Agency, The first case was first reported in UK on 7 May. The person who first contacted the disease had travelled to Nigeria where it is believed the could have got the disease. After that then travelled to England.
The disease could be spread to anywhere and there could be an option of monkeypox. The WHO cautions everyone to be alert on the alarming new disease.
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