News Desk: Monkeypox virus has been detected in 92 people in 12 member states of the United Nations. Symptoms were also found in the bodies of 28 other suspects. Al-Jazeera reported this on Sunday. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) says monkeypox infections are expected to increase in the future. And so the agency has suggested taking steps to increase surveillance to quickly identify the victims. The United Nations has called on all countries to be vigilant to prevent the spread of monkeypox. In a statement, the World Health Organization (WHO) said experts would provide more clear guidelines and advice on how to alleviate the disease in the future. The statement added: "The situation is changing rapidly. The WHO fears that more monkeypox patients will be identified if surveillance is increased in all countries of the world. People who are most likely to be infected with monkeypox need special attention. The infection must be stopped before it can spread. ” The disease has been identified in at least nine European countries, including the United States, Australia and Canada. However, no deaths have been reported in any country so far. The most affected countries in Europe are the United Kingdom, Portugal and Spain. Some have also been identified in Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy and Sweden. Earlier, the disease was common in African countries. That's why the United Nations has identified these countries as 'endemic' for monkeypox.