Monkeypox: Brazil confirms first death – 29/07/2022 – Equilíbrio e Saúde

The Ministry of Health has confirmed the first death by monkey pox in Brazil. The patient was a 41-year-old man from Minas Gerais. According to the authorities of the portfolio heard by the Sheetthe victim had comorbidities and was immunocompromised. The file informs, in a note, that the man was hospitalized in a public hospital … Read more

understand why the WHO has declared maximum alert

Posted in: 07/25/2022 – 17:05 The European Commission approved this Monday (25) the use of the Imvanex vaccine, from the Danish group Bavarian Nordic, against monkeypox. The green light from Brussels comes two days after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the maximum alert for the disease. Last Friday (22), the European Medicines Agency had … Read more

European agency approves monkeypox vaccine, which could become new STD in US

Posted in: 07/22/2022 – 18:13 The European Medicines Agency (EMA) announced on Friday that it had approved a human smallpox vaccine to expand its use against the spread of so-called monkeypox, which could receive the highest level of warning from the WHO. The rise in cases of the disease has ignited red alert from US … Read more

European agency approves monkeypox vaccine, which could become new STD in US

Posted in: 07/22/2022 – 18:13 The European Medicines Agency (EMA) announced on Friday that it had approved a human smallpox vaccine to expand its use against the spread of so-called monkeypox, which could receive the highest level of warning from the WHO. The rise in cases of the disease has ignited red alert from US … Read more

What are the symptoms? How is it transmitted? Can you reach Europe? Everything we know about the Marburg virus

CNN Portugal sought to answer the most frequently asked questions about a virus that may encounter new developments this Thursday, during the WHO briefing The World Health Organization (WHO) is on alert after two confirmed cases of Marburg virus infection in Ghana, a highly contagious family member of Ebola, which has caused so many others. … Read more

South Africa records first case of monkeypox; WHO meets emergency committee

Posted in: 06/23/2022 – 15:40 South Africa announced this Thursday (23) that it had registered a first case of monkeypox, which has already been detected in around forty countries. The World Health Organization (WHO) emergency committee is meeting for the first time to decide whether the rise in cases constitutes an international public health emergency. … Read more

South Africa records first case of monkeypox; WHO meets emergency committee

Posted in: 06/23/2022 – 15:40 South Africa announced this Thursday (23) that it had registered a first case of monkeypox, which has already been detected in around forty countries. The World Health Organization (WHO) emergency committee is meeting for the first time to decide whether the rise in cases constitutes an international public health emergency. … Read more

With more than 1,000 cases worldwide, the US health agency warns of monkeypox

+ Raising the alert to level 2 asks people to avoid close contact with sick people (Photo: unlisted, public domain, via Wikimedia Commons) The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the health of the United States, raised its alert to level 2 concerning the spread of monkeypoxand urged people to take extra precautions as … Read more

‘Surprising, but it shouldn’t,’ says Brazilian virologist who advises WHO on monkeypox

In less than a month, more than 900 cases of monkeypox have been detected in countries outside the African continent, where in some localities the disease is endemic (it occurs frequently). Global health authorities have lit a warning sign in an attempt to halt the progress of the outbreak. For those who have studied the … Read more

Monkeypox “is worrying because it doesn’t follow typical patterns”

WHO warns: Monkeypox ‘is concerning because it does not follow typical patterns’ © SOPA Images/LightRocket via Gett ForCaroline Rico May 25, 2022 • 11:36 a.m. Every day new countries report cases of monkeypox, leading to World Health Organization to leave an alert: “The situation is concerning because it does not follow the typical patterns that … Read more