Bulgaria's health ministry reported its first monkeypox case in June, confirming two men infected by the virus who were in proper and stable condition in hospitals. Since then, the terror of monkeypox worried the government as well as the health ministry of the country.
The ministry then informed that the patients of the outbreak are of forty-one (41) and forty-four (44) years, respectively, and at the present time are in the capital city of the country, Sofia. However, both of them are in good terms, as per the reports.
"We must act together with urgency to control it. At this early stage of the monkeypox outbreak - our best tool really is - our ability to generate & share critical knowledge across borders and across communities and population groups", added the WHO regional director.
"WHO does not recommend mass vaccination against monkeypox. In the few places where the vaccines are functional, they are being used to protect those who may be exposed, such as health workers and laboratory personnel", the statement by Dr Tedros.
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