GENEVA: More than 50,000 monkeypox cases have been recorded in the global outbreak, WHO figures showed on Wednesday, but transmission is slowing in the virus hotspots of Europe and the United States.
The World Health Organisation’s dashboard listed 50,496 cases and 16 deaths as reported this year to the UN agency, which declared the outbreak a global public health emergency in July. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the declines in new infections proved the outbreak could be brought to a halt.
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More than 7,800 interns and resident doctors have walked out, the ministry adds
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We are aware that few Indian nationals have signed up for support jobs with Russian army, said statement
China views democratically ruled Taiwan as its own territory, ignoring the objections of the government in Taipei