Global monkeypox outbreak was ‘waiting to happen’, scientists say

Eradicating smallpox may have left the world vulnerable to monkeypox, experts have warned amid growing fears about the current outbreak sweeping the world.

Britons were routinely offered the smallpox jab until the 1970s, when the scheme was deemed no longer necessary after the virus was beaten into submission after plaguing humanity since the Ancient Egyptians. 

Leading scientists say the waning immunity from the mammoth inoculation campaigns may help explain why monkeypox outbreaks are…

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