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WHO speaks out against imposing travel ban due to monkeypox outbreak

WHO speaks out against imposing travel ban due to monkeypox outbreak

Moscow, May 27 (UNI/Sputnik) The World Health Organization (WHO) does not recommend countries to impose travel restrictions due to monkeypox outbreak, the organization's infectious hazards management chief said on Friday
"We don’t recommend travel bans or restrictions and we need to continue to communicate about what we know, what is being done," Sylvie Briand said during a briefing.
According to Briand, countries need to respond adequately to the spread of monkeypox, primarily by tracking contacts of those infected and isolating them.

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