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Today ... the World Health Organization is considering declaring monkey flu a "global health emergency".

Today … the World Health Organization is considering declaring monkey flu a “global health emergency”.

The World Health Organization is considering declaring a baby monkey a “global health emergency” following an outbreak of the disease in several countries around the world.

The World Health Organization will decide on Thursday whether or not to declare monkey flu a global health emergency, Reuters reports.

Today’s discussions of the World Health Organization for the Monkey Box Outbreak follow concerns about how the United Nations agency and governments around the world will deal with COVID-19 in early 2020.

The impact of monkey flu is growing in Britain

This is because the UK Health Security Agency found 46 new “monkey seizures” in the UK, 3 in Scotland and one in Wales.

The British government said in a statement on its website that the total number of confirmed cases in the UK had reached 550, with 16 in Scotland, 6 in Wales and two in Northern Ireland; The total number of cases in the United Kingdom has reached 574.

The disease was first detected in laboratory monkeys in the late 1950s, and is usually mild, but in some cases can cause severe disease, which can kill up to 10% of victims, and mild strain causing the current outbreak. One in 100 people is killed.

The incubation period for monkey disease is 21 days; That can take up to three weeks for symptoms to appear. Symptoms include fever, headache, muscle aches, back pain, swollen lymph nodes, chills and fatigue.

Dr William Welfare, incident manager at the UK’s Health Security Agency, said: “As the number of monkey box cases continues to rise, we are reminding people to be wary of the symptoms of monkey flu as many more summer events and festivals are coming up. I advise.

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