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WHO サル痘の流行は「封じ込め可能」と発表 アフリカ以外で131 …


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189753244
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WHO サル痘の流行は「封じ込め可能」と発表 アフリカ以外で131人の感染者を確認
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2022年5月24日
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The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday (May 24) that monkeypox remains "containable" and limited, as the number of confirmed cases reported outside the countries where it usually spreads rose to 131 since May 7.
"The important thing right now is to realize that this outbreak can be contained due to contact tracing and isolation," said head of the smallpox secretariat, which is part of the WHO emergencies programme, Rosamund Lewis.
"The cases we are seeing now are primarily in men, not exclusively, but primarily in men, who have self-described as gay, bi-sexual or men who have sex with men," Lewis said. "We don't know yet if this is a sexually transmitted infection. What we have described, as described earlier, the skin to skin contact is the primary mode, so it's entirely possible to contract an infection through skin to skin contact, through very close contact and we have no, we don't yet have the information as to whether this would be transmitted through body fluids for example."
The WHO said, and it is convening further meetings to support member states with more advice on how to tackle the situation.
Monkeypox is a usually mild viral infection that is endemic in parts of west and central Africa. It spreads chiefly through close contact, and until the recent outbreak has only rarely been seen in other parts of the world. The majority of the recent cases have been reported in Europe.
Symptoms include a fever and a distinctive bumpy rash. The West African strain of monkeypox, which is the one identified in the current outbreak, has a mortality rate of around 1%.
While Lewis said the outbreak was being treated as a "concerning situation" she stressed that "individuals remain at very low risk" and that it was "containable."
(Production: Cecile Mantovani)
( Original Title: WHO says monkeypox outbreak 'containable', confirms 131 cases outside Africa )
( Caption: 0238WD-HEALTH-MONKEYPOX_WHO_O_ )
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GENEVA, SWITZERLAND (MAY 24, 2022) (REUTERS)
NEWS BRIEFING IN PROGRESS
(SOUNDBITE) (English) HEAD OF THE SMALLPOX SECRETARIAT, WHICH IS PART OF THE WHO EMERGENCIES PROGRAMME, ROSAMUND LEWIS, SAYING:
"WHO is putting out guidance also on vaccines and immunization considerations, but the important thing right now is to realize that this outbreak can be contained due to/with contact tracing and isolation."
NEWS BRIEFING IN PROGRESS
(SOUNDBITE) (English) HEAD OF THE SMALLPOX SECRETARIAT, WHICH IS PART OF THE WHO EMERGENCIES PROGRAMME, ROSAMUND LEWIS, SAYING:
"What we have seen early this year is a possible, and again, it needs to be confirmed, is a possible beginning of an increase in cases in certain countries at the beginning of this year. So basically and in summary, this is an emerging disease, it has been emerging for the last 20/30 years, it's not unknown, it's very well described. But we have a new situation of this emerging disease which has now appeared, and has begun to spread among population groups which normally would not have this, and so this is why we are treating this as a concerning situation, although individuals remain at very low risk."
NEWS BRIEFING IN PROGRESS
(SOUNDBITE) (English) HEAD OF THE SMALLPOX SECRETARIAT, WHICH IS PART OF THE WHO EMERGENCIES PROGRAMME, ROSAMUND LEWIS, SAYING:
"The cases we are seeing now are primarily in men, not exclusively, but primarily in men, in their 30's primarily, again not exclusively, and these are people who have self-described as gay, bi-sexual or men who have sex with men. This is not, or we don't know yet, if this is a sexually transmitted infection. What we have described, as described earlier, the skin to skin contact is the primary mode, so it's entirely possible to contract an infection through skin to skin contact, through very close contact and we have no, we don't yet have the information as to whether this would be transmitted through body fluids for example."
NEWS BRIEFING IN PROGRESS
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