LONDON – The World Health Organization does not believe the monkeypox outbreak outside of Africa requires mass vaccinations, as measures such as good hygiene and safe sexual behavior will help control its spread, a senior official said Monday.
Richard Pebody, who leads the high-threat pathogen team at WHO Europe, also said in an interview that immediate supplies of vaccines and anti-virals are relatively limited.
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