WHO says no evidence monkey pox virus has mutated
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The World Health Organization does not have evidence that the monkey pox virus has mutated, a senior executive at the UN agency said. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture. According to WHO experts, the virus is less mutated, which means it is less likely to re-emerge. About 100 cases have been reported in Europe and North America. There are about 40 suspects. The World Health Organization says their condition is not serious. “Monkey pox has been detected in 12 countries so far and is likely to spread to other countries,” he said.

In Spain alone, 40 cases have been reported, and 23 in Portugal. The World Health Organization (WHO) has convened an emergency meeting to discuss the spread of monkey pox. At the same time, US President Joe Biden also warned against monkey pox.

Some of the world’s leading experts are now considering possible treatments for the disease. Indian experts have warned against this. However, he advised not to be intimidated. There have been no reports of human infections in Monkeys in India so far. The virus was first detected in 1958 in Central Africa by monkeys. Then in 1980, humans became infected.

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