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Reduce the number of sex partners, WHO advises men to prevent monkeypox | WHO Chief Tedros Ghebreyesus advises to reduce sex partners as monkeypox cases surge sgy 87

After the corona virus, the monkeypox disease is raging all over the world. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization has advised men to reduce the number of sex partners as the risk of contracting monkeypox is high. The head of the World Health Organization Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has given this information. The World Health Organization has recently declared monkeypox a health emergency.

According to Tedros Ghebreyesus, “98 percent of cases reported since the outbreak of monkeypox in May have involved gay, bisexual and men who have sex with men”.

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Tedros has advised those at risk to take proper precautions to protect themselves. “It means making the right choices for yourself and others,” he said. Tredros also advised at this time to reduce your sex partners.

The head of the World Health Organization has advised those infected with monkeypox to remain in isolation and to avoid contact with others in crowded places.

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Importantly, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention does not advise men who have sex with men to reduce their sex partners. However, people with rashes on their body have been advised not to let it come in contact with their skin as there is a possibility of monkeypox infection.

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According to the World Health Organization, monkeypox can be contracted by anyone who comes in contact with the patient as well as their clothes and bed sheets. The United Nations Health Organization has warned that children, pregnant women are at greater risk.

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