Washington: The World Health Organization says that the spread of monkeypox is a warning to the world. The World Health Organization has warned to be cautious about the spread of monkeypox.
Soumya Swaminathan, Chief Scientist of the World Health Organization clarified this.
Several lab experiments have shown that smallpox vaccines can be used to prevent monkeypox. What we have are two and three-generation vaccines. They also expressed concern that countries might stockpile them for use in the event of an outbreak of monkeypox.
She added that if Indian pharma companies including Serum Institute India were given the opportunity to manufacture and distribute smallpox vaccines, the vaccines would be available worldwide. India is capable of vaccine production. Soumya Swaminathan also pointed out that India can play a major role globally in such cases. India’s involvement in Corona vaccination has gained world attention. The World Health Organization points out that India can act as an example in the spread of monkeypox, which has once again terrorized the world.