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But eliminated does not mean eradicated. Experts predict cases will continue to pop up here and there once the virus is under control. By Molly Sprayregen Friday, September 23, 2022. Monkeypox vaccine. Photo: Shutterstock. White House health officials ...
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Monkeypox "can be contained" in the United States, a top government physician said Sunday, a day after the head of the World Health Organization declared the virus a global health emergency. Dr. Ashish Jha, the White House coronavirus response ...
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As monkeypox continues to spread across the United States, health officials warn that a lack of vaccines and testing capability may be exacerbating the outbreak.
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President Joe Biden has appointed two top federal officials to coordinate his administration's response to monkeypox, the White House said on Tuesday, as more states declared emergencies to help boost vaccines and other resources to combat the virus.
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Local health officials expect more help from the federal government in the fight against monkeypox following the White House declaring the virus outbreak a “public health emergency.”
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The White House is criticizing Beijing's rhetoric over an expected visit by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan and vowing the United States “will not take the bait or engage in saber rattling."
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There have been 1735 reported cases of monkeypox in the United Kingdom and health officials believe there are more cases than those that are being reported.
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President Biden is set to name top officials from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to serve as the White House coordinators to combat the growing monkeypox outbreak. The White House said Biden ...
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After repeated pleas from airlines, the White House finally lifted pre-flight COVID test requirements for entry into the United States.
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The World Health Organization declared monkeypox a global health emergency over the weekend — leading to debate within the White House over whether the United States should do the same as case numbers continue to climb. Tuesday, July 26, 2022.
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South Korean supergroup BTS, a fundraising juggernaut for social justice causes in the United States, will visit the White House on Tuesday to discuss hate crimes targeting Asians with U.S. President Joe Biden.
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The White House officially declared monkeypox a public health emergency in the United States last week. More than 7500 cases of the virus have been confirmed since it began spreading across the country in May. Today's show: Health reporter Pien Huang ...
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ATLANTA (WSAV) — Georgia has nearly 48000 monkeypox vaccine doses and is reporting 1033 cases so far. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said Georgia ranks in the top 5 for the highest number of monkeypox cases in the country just ...
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By Margery A. Beck and Josh Funk | Associated Press. OMAHA, Neb. — A child likely died from a rare infection caused by a brain-eating amoeba after swimming in an eastern Nebraska river, health officials said, making it the second such probable death in ...
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