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Explainer: What is achieved by renaming the monkeypox virus

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 15 June 2022
With over 1,600 cases of monkeypox confirmed globally over the past few weeks, the World Health Organisation is set to convene an emergency committee meeting on June 23 to determine whether the outbreak should be considered a global health emergency.
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Some people think the word monkeypox is racist now and want the World to call it something else, along with the name change, in the future the World is NOT to ask where a virus originates from and state FACTS about it, everyone is expected to wait for the "story" to be created by...

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