International coverage may be blocked due to monkeypox virus: Dr. Pandav


Kathmandu. WHO Nepal chief Dr. Rajesh Sambhajirao Pandav has indicated that international coverage could be blocked as the infection of the monkeypox virus is on the rise globally. According to the Ministry of Health and population, six samples have been tested in the monkeypox essay. All of the chicken pops have been confirmed in the experiment. In collaboration with the World Health Organization, 200 insects have been assisted to test in Nepal. This has led to the monkeypox test in Nepal.

 

Dr. Pandav said he needed to be aware of this because it is currently seen sharply even in countries that have not seen the monkeypox in the past. “Even scientists have not been able to determine its authorization,” said Dr. Pandav, adding that “it could lead to a blockage in international coverage in the coming days.” He said that even in India, there were currently monkeypox and even one person died.

 

In a program organized by health journalist form Nepal, Pandav said he had imposed a mention of the vaccine against covid in Nepal. Its progress is very good. Now there is a situation where we have to move forward with a target in the community in risk, he said.

क्याटेगोरी : English
ट्याग : #Ministry of Health and Population, #monkeypox virus, #WHO Nepal

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