Don’t view monkeypox through the ‘lens of Covid 19’, expert explains

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Don’t view monkeypox through the ‘lens of Covid 19’, expert explains” – below is their description.

Don’t view monkeypox through the ‘lens of Covid 19’, expert explains. Infectious Disease Expert Dr. Amesh Adalja says Monkeypox is unlikely to cause a pandemic and the outbreak will be contained.

#Monkeypox #covid19 #covid

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