Monkeypox "Smallpox vaccine stockpile without confirmation of infection in Japan" Minister of Health, Labor and Welfareson dakika haberler

[NHK] Regarding "monkeypox," which has been confirmed by patients mainly in Europe and the United States, Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare Goto said that no infection was confirmed in Japan ...

Monkeypox "Smallpox vaccine stockpile without confirmation of infection in Japan" Minister of Health, Labor and Welfareson dakika haberler

[NHK] Regarding "monkeypox," which has been confirmed by patients mainly in Europe and the United States, Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare Goto said that no infection was confirmed in Japan ...

Monkeypox "Smallpox vaccine stockpile without confirmation of infection in Japan" Minister of Health, Labor and Welfareson dakika haberler
27 Mayıs 2022 - 05:30

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Regarding "monkeypox," which has been confirmed by patients mainly in Europe and the United States, Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare Goto said that infection in Japan has not been confirmed, and there is a report that it is effective in preventing infection. It was revealed that vaccines are produced and stocked in Japan as part of anti-terrorism measures.

Regarding "monkeypox," which has been confirmed by patients mainly in Europe and the United States, Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare Goto told reporters after the cabinet meeting that "monkeypox" has been confirmed to be infected in Europe and elsewhere. No deaths have been reported in developed countries. In Japan, all cases are subject to notification as "Class 4 infectious diseases" under the Infectious Diseases Control Law, but no infection has been confirmed in Japan. " I did.



In addition, he said that there is a report that the smallpox vaccine is effective in preventing infection, and regarding the status of securing in Japan, "From the viewpoint of counterterrorism, we are producing and stockpiling in Japan, but the specific amount to be secured. For reasons of crisis management, we are refraining from disclosing such information. "



In addition, Minister Goto said, "While there are aspects that are different from past epidemics, human-to-human transmission is rare, and we will consider it based on patient outbreak trends and the latest findings. It is necessary to continue to collect information in collaboration with WHO = World Health Organization, etc., and take necessary measures while monitoring outbreak trends in Japan and overseas. "

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