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189468260

ドイツのロベルト・コッホ感染症研究所が会見 サル痘感染者に少 …


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作品番号
189468260
タイトル
ドイツのロベルト・コッホ感染症研究所が会見 サル痘感染者に少なくとも21日間の隔離期間を推奨と発表
クレジット表記
動画:ロイター/アフロ
日付
2022年5月24日
撮影国
ドイツ
コンテンツカテゴリー
ヨーロッパ, ニュース
ライセンスタイプ
RM(ライツマネージド)
モデルリリース
なし 
プロパティリリース
なし 
コーデック
H264
フレームレート
25.00 fps
長さ
182.64 秒
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Germany has ordered 40,000 doses of a Bavarian Nordic vaccine to be ready to vaccinate contacts of those infected with monkeypox if an outbreak in Germany becomes more severe, but officials are banking on other precautionary measures for now.
Speaking at a press conference, German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach said on Tuesday (May 24) that measures such as an isolation period of at least 21 days recommended for infected people would suffice for now to contain the outbreak.
He said the outbreak of monkeypox could be contained and did not signal the start of a new pandemic, adding that early intervention can prevent the pathogen from becoming firmly established in communities.
So far, five cases have been registered in Germany, all men, said Lothar Wieler, the head of Germany's Robert Koch Institute for infectious diseases, also speaking at the press conference.
A World Health Organization official on Monday issued similar guidance, saying the outbreak does not require mass vaccinations because measures like hygiene and safe sexual behaviour will help control the spread.
The WHO has registered more than 250 confirmed and suspected monkeypox infections, with a geographic spread that is unusual for the disease which is endemic in parts of west and central Africa but rare elsewhere. Many but not all of the cases have been reported in men who have sex with men, with the WHO targeting sexual transmission in particular.
(Production: Erol Drogrudogan, Gabi Sajonz, Tanya Wood)
( Original Title: 21-day quarantine for Monkeypox, says German health expert )
( Caption: 0178GE-HEALTH-MONKEYPOX_GERMANY_LAUTERBACH_O_ )
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BREMEN, GERMANY (MAY 24, 2022) (REUTERS)
***WARNING: CONTAINS FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY***
GERMAN HEALTH MINISTER KARL LAUTERBACH AND RKI PRESIDENT LOTHAR WIELER ARRIVING FOR NEWS CONFERENCE
MEDIA
(SOUNDBITE) (German) PRESIDENT OF ROBERT KOCH INSTITUTE (RKI), LOTHAR WIELER, SAYING:
"There should be isolation until the scab drops off, but at least for 21 days. And for close contacts, we also recommend a quarantine of 21 days."
NEWS CONFERENCE IN PROGRESS
(SOUNDBITE) (German) PRESIDENT OF ROBERT KOCH INSTITUTE (RKI), LOTHAR WIELER, SAYING:
"But according to our current information the risk to the health of the general population in Germany is considered to be low."
NEWS CONFERENCE IN PROGRESS
(SOUNDBITE) (German) GERMAN HEALTH MINISTER KARL LAUTERBACH, SAYING:
"We have ordered a vaccine, up to 40,000 doses of Imvanex, which is licensed to combat monkeypox in the U.S. and would also work in Germany. This vaccine can be used to prevent infection but also to prevent or at least delay the outbreak of the disease in those already infected. And I expect that we will have a reserve delivered here shortly."
LAUTERBACH SEEN IN VIEWFINDER
(SOUNDBITE) (German) GERMAN HEALTH MINISTER KARL LAUTERBACH, SAYING:
"What we are experiencing with the monkeypox right now is not the beginning of a new pandemic. From all we know, there have been frequent outbreaks of this viral disease and it can also be well controlled through good contact, tracking and caution."
NEWS CONFERENCE IN PROGRESS
WIELER SEEN IN VIEWFINDER
(SOUNDBITE) (German) PRESIDENT OF ROBERT KOCH INSTITUTE (RKI), LOTHAR WIELER, SAYING:
"The majority of the cases has no recent travel history to an endemic area. Monkeypox is common in Central African states and in West Africa and in most of the cases it has happened in men who have had sex with men."
NEWS CONFERENCE IN PROGRESS
(SOUNDBITE) (German) PRESIDENT OF ROBERT KOCH INSTITUTE (RKI), LOTHAR WIELER, SAYING:
"Monkeypox can be transmitted to humans through close contact with an infected person or even an infected animal or even through contaminated material."
WIELER SEEN IN VIEWFINDER
(SOUNDBITE) (German) PRESIDENT OF ROBERT KOCH INSTITUTE (RKI), LOTHAR WIELER, SAYING:
"Cases of monkeypox are usually, and this is the good news, a self-limiting disease from which most people recover within a few weeks. Nevertheless, some people may also develop a severe illness."
NEWS CONFERENCE IN PROGRESS
WIELER AND LAUTERBACK TALKING TO EACH OTHER
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SD 864 × 486
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MP4

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