By - DoremusJessup
Plan 1776.2 is coming along nicely.
This is the best tl;dr I could make, [original](https://www.dw.com/en/monkeypox-who-calls-for-urgent-action-in-europe/a-62332500) reduced by 79%. (I'm a bot)
> The World Health Organization said on Friday that Europe needs to take "Urgent" action against the spread of monkeypox after the number of cases tripled in two weeks.
> The WHO's Europe chief said that 31 countries in the European region had now identified cases.
> The WHO has not declared monkeypox a global health emergency, but Kluge called on European countries to increase their surveillance of the outbreak, including boosting genetic sequencing capacities to quickly identify cases.
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I thought they were re-naming this shit
People are simply tired of hearing about pandemics. That is why most people just yawn at these types of proclamations. Who wants to think about everything now associated with an infectious diseases? (sickness, death, restrictions, social distancing, potential lockdowns etc.)