SIGA Stock is down 16.56% : Monkeypox is not a global emergency (WHO)

SIGA Stock news

The world health organization (WHO) has decided not to declare monkeypox as a global health emergency of the public concern.

Although WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said, “He is deeply concerned” about the evolving threat of the monkeypox. It’s noted that monkeypox has reached more than 50 countries.

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After the new Siga technologies SIGA stock has plummeted to 16.56% 

SIGA was seen trading higher last week. A whopping jump from $6 to $14 in two weeks spans. SIGA was developing anti-virals for smallpox which also works against monkeypox as research showed.

SIGA stock has risen after it announced $13 Million worth of orders against the smallpox drugs.

Written by Leslie Albrecht

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