Increase in COVID-19 infections in 110 countries: WHO

The number of cases of Monkeypox is increasing in 110 nations . The WHO director-general said that reporting and genomic sequences are declining, allowing researchers to monitor Omicrons and analyze new emerging variants .

Geneva (Switzerland), June 30 : The World Health Organisation (WHO) announced on Wednesday that the COVID-19 pandemic is approaching, but that it is not over and that the number of cases is increasing in 110 nations.This pandemic is intensifying, but it is not over.The WHO director-general said that reporting and genomic sequences are declining, allowing researchers to monitor Omicrons and analyze new emerging variants.He further said that hundreds of millions of people in lower-income countries are unvaccinated, making them more vulnerable to future outbreaks of the virus, and that the WHO is encouraging them to continue using the vaccines.Ghebreyesus gave the example of Rwanda, where second-dose vaccination rates are now over 64% and are still increasing.

This year, the country has received more cases, which may mean it has reached or exceeded previous records.Monkeypox has been identified in more than 50 countries, and the trend is likely to continue.