Monitoring monkeypox: safeguarding global health through rapid response and global surveillance
(FIOCRUZ) Fundação Oswaldo Cruz ; University of Campus Bio-Medico di Roma ; (CLIMADE) Climate Amplified Diseases and Epidemics ; University of Central Florida ; (NIH) National Institutes of Health ; University of Sassari ; (USP) Universidade de São Paulo ; University of Maryland School of Medicine ; Sapienza University of Rome
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Monkeypox, a viral zoonotic disease, has emerged as a significant global threat in recent years. This review focuses on the importance of global monitoring and rapid response to monkeypox outbreaks. The unpredictable nature of monkeypox transmissions, its potential for human-to-human spread, and its high morbidity rate underscore the necessity for proactive surveillance systems. By analyzing the existing literature, including recent outbreaks, this review highlights the critical role of global surveillance in detecting, containing, and preventing the further spread of monkeypox. It also emphasizes the need for enhanced international collaboration, data sharing, and real-time information exchange to effectively respond to monkeypox outbreaks as a global health concern. Furthermore, this review discusses the challenges and opportunities of implementing robust surveillance strategies, including the use of advanced diagnostic tools and technologies. Ultimately, these findings underscore the urgency of establishing a comprehensive global monitoring framework for monkeypox, enabling early detection, prompt response, and effective control measures to protect public health worldwide
Giovanetti M, Cella E, Moretti S, Slavov SN. Monitoring monkeypox: safeguarding global health through rapid response and global surveillance. Pathogens. 2023 Sep; 12(9):1153. doi:10.3390/pathogens12091153.
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