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Disease outbreaks such as monkeypox are becoming more common, according to the WHO.

The World Health Organization’s emergency director, Mike Ryan, warned on Wednesday that endemic diseases like monkeypox and lassa fever are becoming more chronic and prevalent.

Animals and humans are modifying their food-seeking behavior as a result of climate change, which is contributing to quickly changing weather circumstances such as drought. As a result, diseases that normally circulate in animals are increasingly infecting humans, according to him.

“Unfortunately, the ability to amplify that sickness and spread it throughout our communities is growing, so disease emergence and disease amplification factors have both increased.”

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