“National reserves are limited”


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WHO Monkeypox Technical Manager Rosamund Lewis took stock of available smallpox vaccine resources.

As monkeypox cases advance in the world, the time has come to take stock of available vaccine resources. Taking stock of the situation is monkeypox technical manager for the World Health Organization’s emergency program, Rosamund Lewis.

The expert – reports Adnkronos – stated that for the moment national reserves are limited.

Monkeypox, the WHO vaccine expert

The expert from the World Health Organization speaking of the vaccine supplies, he also sent recommendations: “Work is underway to get everyone around the same table and talk about how we can support countries in accessing these products. Keeping in mind that supplies are limited for now and recommendations are for the vaccine to be offered only to those who may have been exposed to someone who has monkeypox.

In other words, a high-risk contact ”.

“There are some groups of people who may be more at risk”

Not least Lewis bet attention to the fundamental aspect of immunization that “is really focused on people who are at risk from actually being a contact of someone who has monkeypox […] We are all working on this aspect ”.


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