Latest News Live Updates May 28, 2022: The monkeypox virus has spread to more than 21 countries, with around 200 confirmed cases and more than 100 suspected cases in countries where it is not usually found, the World Health Organization (WHO) said. The global health body has urged countries to increase infectious disease surveillance as outbreaks grow. Maria Van Kerkhove, the WHO’s technical lead for Covid-19, said more cases of the rare viral illness are likely to be reported as surveillance expands, but added that the recent spread is manageable, CNBC reported.Also read – Monkeypox: States issue SOPs, urge monitoring for symptoms. Should we be worried?
Meanwhile, the overall flood situation in Assam has improved over the past six days, although more than 5 lakh people remained affected in all 10 districts of the state, Nagaon, Cachar and Morigaon being worst affected, officials said on Friday. Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) officials said that since May 13, when the pre-monsoon flooding began to have its impact, 30 people, including children, died – 25 in the floods and the other five in landslides in different districts. Stay tuned to India.com for all the latest news from India and around the world. Also Read – Maharashtra will impose another lockdown if…: Custodian minister gives big hint amid rise in Covid cases
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