Romania reports two new cases of monkeypox

The Romanian Ministry of Health announced the registration of two new cases of monkeypox virus infection in the country over the past day.

The department clarified that the victims are two men aged 30 to 32 years old, they are isolated in the hospital.

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus previously told reporters that the emergency committee would meet later this month to discuss the rare virus, despite its conclusion in June that monkeypox is not a “public health emergency,” of international importance.”

Europe remains the epicenter of the outbreak, with about 80% of known cases worldwide.

Source: RT

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