Ring vaccination: the strategy to combat monkeypox in the world

As published by Infobae, several scientific studies would indicate that the smallpox vaccine could be the prevention weapon for monkeypox. “Vaccines against smallpox show an effectiveness of 85% against this disease,” said the infectious disease doctor, JJuan Carlos Cisneros, deputy director of the Hospital Muñiz of the City of Buenos Aires. However, according to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), “there is a lack of efficacy data for this vaccine against monkeypox in humans” and it ruled out vaccination since the risk of this disease is considered bass.

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