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URGENT action in Europe over monkeypox :WHO
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URGENT action in Europe over monkeypox :WHO

Europe has been informed to increase its monitoring and genetic sequencing of the monkeypox outbreak. As Europe has been home to almost 90% of the cases of monkeypox. World Health Organization (WHO) called out on Europe on Friday. WHO stated that Europe needs to take "urgent" action against the spread of monkeypox. This happened after the number of cases tripled in weeks."Today, I am intensifying my call for governments and civil society to scale up efforts in the coming weeks and months. In order to prevent monkeypox from spreading itself throughout a developing geographical area". WHO Regional Director for Europe Hans Kluge stated. Furthermore, he said: "Urgent and coordinated action is vital if we're to take lead in opposing the ongoing spread of this disease". Fear over unfolding ...
Covid-19 spreading through cats, Case reported
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Covid-19 spreading through cats, Case reported

Firstly, there had been sneezing hamsters but now is the era for sneezing cats. A group in Thailand reviewed the primary authentic proof of a pet cat infecting someone with SARS-CoV-2. This includes felines to the listing of animals that may transmit the virus to human beings. Researchers say that the consequences are strong. They are amazed that it has taken this long to find out that transmission can occur. Given the scale of the pandemic, the virus’s capacity to leap among animal species, and the near-contact between cats and human beings. They think this should've been discovered earlier enough.“We’ve recognized this change into an opportunity for 2 years,” says Angela Bosco-Lauth. She is an infectious-ailment researcher at Colorado State University in Fort Collins. Studies early duri...
Dr. Tedros becomes director-general of WHO for second tenure
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Dr. Tedros becomes director-general of WHO for second tenure

Africa's heath activist from Ethiopia has set another example for the world. Dr. Tedros Adhanom was elected as Director General chief of WHO for the second term. The official announcement will be announced in august 2022. There are very few people who can make a difference in the world. One of them is Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, a health minister of Ethiopia, Africa. He joined World Health Organization (WHO) to achieve bigger goals and benefits for his area. He is serving for an amazing tenure as a Director-General in 2017. After serving 5 years of service in such a high position. Now he is again elect as director-general in 2022 for the second term. This is the biggest achievement for a man who comes from such a remote area of the world. Now First African health activist will lea...
First case of Omicron Sub-variant is detected in Pakistan
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First case of Omicron Sub-variant is detected in Pakistan

Fighting a pandemic for 3 years, now it's getting new variants every day. A patient in Pakistan is currently diagnosed with an Omicron sub-variant BA.2.12.1. Pakistan has detected its first case of the Omicron sub-variant, the National Institute of Health (NIH), Islamabad, reported on Monday. As the public gets back to routine life after Eid-ul-Fitr celebrations without COVID-19 restrictions for the first time in two years. Whereas The variant has been detected in at least 13 other countries. The US has reported the highest levels so far, with scientists warning that it spreads faster than stealth Omicron. https://twitter.com/NIH_Pakistan/status/1523583127951912960?s=20&t=4gWXYXfKkhWBDK20iza6eA Pakistan reported 64 new COVID-19 cases overnight, official data issued by NIH s...
All you need to know about Pregnancy and Ramadan
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All you need to know about Pregnancy and Ramadan

Ramadan is around the corner and you are expecting a new life inside you. All the festivity and cheers may remind you of last year. But you can also take part in all the activities in this blessed month. We will tell you how..... Ramadan is a holy month for Muslims. During this month they refrain from eating and drinking anything from dawn to dusk. For Allah's blessings and gratitude, Muslims around the world celebrate this month wholeheartedly. Now Allah has given an option to pregnant ladies, lactating mothers, travelers, and sick or elder people to avoid fasting. But if you are habitual to observing fast and this year you cannot follow the routine because of pregnancy. You may feel gloomy but here are tips and tricks that you can follow and observe fasts as well. This Ramadan you ca...