As the outbreak grew to about 4,700 cases, the WHO warned that sustained transmission poses a danger to high-risk groups. The WHO has so far, however, not raised its alarm over monkeypox to the highest possible level.
The world’s most climate vulnerable countries — often also the poorest — want rich, high-emission nations to pay for climate damages. But does that also give them a license to pollute?
Many vulnerable countries are paying more but receiving less food according to a new report released by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
The WHO said its expert group had assessed the limited data from seven studies for second booster doses of messenger RNA vaccines, saying there wasn’t enough information proving their effectiveness in younger, healthy people.
Despite a rising number of infections, the government is still rolling out plans to ease pandemic control measures. Some citizens are opposed, and the decision has sparked concern as cases increase.