Monkeypox: WHO experts speak on risk factor, as cases rise to 257

WHO said; “While smallpox vaccines have been shown to be protective against monkeypox, there is also one vaccine approved for prevention of monkeypox. “This vaccine is based on a strain of vaccinia virus (known generically as modified vaccinia Ankara Bavarian Nordic strain, or MVA-BN). “This vaccine has been approved for prevention of monkeypox in Canada and the United States of America. In the European Union, this vaccine has been approved for prevention of smallpox.”

Source: Monkeypox: WHO experts speak on risk factor, as cases rise to 257