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U.S. buys millions of monkeypox vaccines as Massachusetts man infected (www.google.com)

It comes as health authorities track several other cases of monkeypox in the U.K., some of which may have been locally transmitted.

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Ashleigh
Ashleigh
1 month ago

Problem, reaction, and solution. How can people be so stupid and fall for their lies! This is a mental manipulation to cause fear so they can control the masses…then they will bring in their so-called solution=death jab…people will cry out for it and it will make EVERYTHING worse…wake up people, seriously…government=to control the mind. Connect the dots…

iliketrees
iliketrees
1 month ago
Reply to  deletetheelite

BINGO

Iliketrees
Iliketrees
1 month ago

Completely false, just like convid. As long as people keep believing the false germ theory myth, they will use this over and over again.

kittyvac
kittyvac
1 month ago

From wikipedia 20/05/2022:
Monkeypox as a disease in humans was first associated with an illness in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire), in the town of Basankusu, Équateur Province, in 1970.[25] WHO surveillance between 1981 and 1986 in DRC/Zaire recorded 338 confirmed cases and 33 deaths (CFR 9.8%).[5] A second outbreak of human illness was identified in DRC/Zaire in 1996–1997.[citation needed] 511 cases were reported in DRC/Zaire between 1991–1999.[5] The Congo Basin clade of disease remains endemic in DRC and has a high CFR.[5]

The other genetic clade of MPXV occurs in Western Africa. The case fatality rate is less than 1%. No human-to-human transmission was documented[5] until the 2022 monkeypox outbreak in Europe.[26] The WA clade had an outbreak – first outbreak of monkeypox outside of Africa – in Midwestern United States among owners of pet prairie dogs in 2003. Seventy-one people were reportedly infected, of whom none died.[27]

kittyvac
kittyvac
1 month ago
Reply to  kittyvac

Doesn’t seem too bad to me. Illness lasts 2-4 weeks and primary transmission is through contact with the infected person (assuming skin to skin?) and contact with bodily fluids. Not airborne which is the main thing. Apparently smallpox vaccine is 85% effective, so that will get pushed if Bill can make this the next pandemic. (From wikipedia same source again)