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WHO meets to determine if monkeypox is a global ‘public health emergency’

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With more than 3,000 confirmed cases of monkeypox around the globe, the World Health Organization is meeting to determine whether the spread of the virus should be considered a “public health emergency of international concern.” NBC News’ Meagan Fitzgerald explains what the designation could mean for the world and how countries have been protecting their at-risk populations from the virus.