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CDC confirms first two cases of monkeypox in children (www.axios.com)

The agency has said children are among those at “especially increased risk” for severe disease.

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Michele
Michele
4 months ago

The CDC is using fear to market the latest moneypox as usual.

Iliketrees
Iliketrees
4 months ago

False and non existent, just like convid.

Ashleigh
Ashleigh
4 months ago
Reply to  Iliketrees

more like: Certificate Of Vaccination ID AI…

Ashleigh
Ashleigh
4 months ago

Yes, this is surely another scare mechanism to “boogeyman” the masses as to “Run, and get your CLOT SHOT” that “they” know good and well what’s in it. “they” don’t care if it kills some or many as they want to DEPOPULATE…

https://www.nti.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/NTI_Paper_BIO-TTX_Final.pdf

This is all a THEATER…here is the article to PROVE it…God bless everyone reading this…

Lee
Lee
4 months ago

Just earlier today, I was looking half-heartedly at a copy of the local newspaper. At the very bottom right of the front page, in small print and without imagery, was a headline along the lines of “CDC Declares Monkeypox National Emergency”. My first thought was, “When the newspaper can’t even be bothered to make this the main headline, how big an ’emergency’ can it possibly be?”
This was coming from the same newspaper that overhyped the corona bs for over a year. Are even local news sources fed up?

deletetheelite
deletetheelite
4 months ago

I don’t believe monkeypox is real but let’s just say it’s legit for a second. The first thing you should be asking is- if monkeypox is sexually transmitted like they say, why are these little kids getting it?

Kaleb
Kaleb
4 months ago
Reply to  deletetheelite

it’s real and not an sti. it’s transmitted by close contact with infected person or animal. sexual abuse has been entirely ruled out for the two pediatric cases i’m aware of. the more severe symptoms are rare but children and elderly are more vulnerable

lgageharleya
lgageharleya
4 months ago
Reply to  Kaleb

Children and elderly are always more vulnerable to any pathogen. Could you please link to any information you might have to show it’s not STD related, because that goes against all I’ve been reading so far. The descriptions I’ve been reading of the locations of the lesions causing excruciating pain sound very intimate.
I’d agree with deletetheelite that to know otherwise would be comforting, because delete’s first thought was also mine.