Head of the WHO warns that the World is facing “formidable” challenges, including Covid, War and Monkeypox (More PCR Tests)

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The world is facing “formidable” challenges, including Covid, the war in Ukraine, and monkeypox, the head of the World Health Organization has warned.

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus was speaking in Geneva, where the UN health agency’s experts were discussing the monkeypox outbreak in 15 nations outside Africa. More than 80 cases have been confirmed in Europe, the US, Canada, Australia, and Israel. However, the risk to the wider public is said to be low.

Monkeypox – the virus that is most common in remote parts of Central and West Africa – does not tend to spread easily between people and the illness is usually mild. Most people who catch the virus recover within a few weeks, according to the UK’s National Health Service.

The outbreak has taken scientists by surprise, and UK health officials have issued new advice, saying high-risk contacts of cases should self-isolate for three weeks. Belgium became the first country to announce a three-week quarantine for infected persons on Friday. More confirmed cases are expected to be announced in the UK on Monday, the Guardian newspaper reports.

Speaking at Sunday’s opening of his agency’s World Health Assembly, Dr. Tedros said: “Of course, the [Covid] pandemic is not the only crisis in our world. “As we speak our colleagues around the world are responding to outbreaks of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo,

monkeypox and hepatitis of unknown cause, and complex humanitarian crises in Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Somalia, South Sudan, the Syrian Arab Republic, Ukraine, and Yemen. “We face a formidable convergence of disease, drought, famine, and war, fuelled by climate change, inequity, and geopolitical rivalry,” the WHO head added. FULL REPORT

Laboratory testing for the monkeypox virus: Interim guidance (PCR TESTS)

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There is currently a multi-country outbreak of monkeypox in several regions of the world, the full extent and impact of which remains unclear. The overall goal of laboratory testing in this context is to enable timely and accurate confirmation of infection to support the breaking of chains of transmission, to stop the outbreak.

Any individual that meets the suspected case definition of monkeypox should be offered testing in appropriately equipped laboratories by staff trained in the relevant technical and safety procedures. Confirmation of monkeypox virus infection is based on nucleic acid amplification testing (NAAT), using real-time or conventional polymerase chain reaction (PCR), for detection of unique sequences of viral DNA. PCR can be used alone, or in combination with sequencing.

The recommended specimen type for laboratory confirmation of monkeypox is skin lesion material, including swabs of lesion surface and/or exudate, roofs from more than one lesion, or lesion crusts. It is recommended that all manipulations of specimens originating from suspected, probable or confirmed cases of monkeypox in the laboratory be conducted according to a risk-based approach. All test results, positive or negative, should be immediately reported to national authorities and Member States are requested to immediately notify WHO under the International Health Regulations (IHR) 2005 of positive laboratory results, including laboratory test that awaits confirmation.

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