No need for mass vaccination against monkeypox – WHO — RT World News

There is no need for mass vaccination against monkeypox but contact tracing and isolation remain essential to contain the outbreak, Rosamund Lewis, the head of the World Health Organization’s smallpox department, said on Friday.

During a briefing in Geneva, Lewis said that, according to the latest advice from WHO, only people who professionally deal with viruses – i.e. lab personnel, health workers, and first responders – might need to be considered for extra protection. Smallpox…

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