So now these morons, these inept buffoons like Fauci & Collins & Walensky wringing hands for they played a woke political game & they deliberately caused monkeypox to expand to low-risk; deliberate!!!
I hope you're right that it is only sexually transmitted by gay men and containable by abstention. But I think the triple-jabbed celibates are in for it too pretty soon, from INSIDE their own bodies. I think it is possible - because the jabs are somehow interacting with ancestral genetic/epigenetic memory of smallpox (and who know what others). Perhaps VAIDS unlocked the immunity prisons keeping attenuated smallpox controlled, and maybe due to mRNA reprogramming of DNA and B-T memory cells, there is recombinant viral micro RNA and DNA being formed, expressed and erupting as infection with apparent low transmissibility that can change on a dime as we know. Why else would the CDC suddenly start talking about giving people boosters for smallpox?
Until we cordon off Collins, Fauci, and Walensky they are a danger to everyone on the planet. They even had zoo animals being injected with Covid 19 shots by the time they spread their fake information all over the planet.
This is the world we are living in. Bad is good. Good is bad. Lia Thomas was just nominated NCAA Woman of the Year Award. This is the level of immorality we are fighting against.
all done on purpose
The saga continues...😫
Homosexuality is abomination
So are the ones behind the agenda. It’s best God’s people stay away from both IMO
From these' Injections'!! Causing Mayhem of all kinds of illness snd disease? Immune Systems' Shot'!! This is only the Tip Of This maddness!
Why are they still free? Why are they not prosecuted and arrested yet? Why does anyone listen to them anyway? Anal sex sounds gross! Praying for our country.
In other news, the monkeys are getting rather pissed with the cultural appropriation involved in the naming of the disease. (First came the brouhaha over the Halloween costumes, now this pox episode.)
What's a monkey to do? Having so few weapons at his disposal, throwing feces doesn't seem to help.
Received this email from Mayor Bowser McBowser Face yesterday:
July 15, 2022
Letter from the Mayor
This week, DC Health launched a pre-registration system for the monkeypox vaccine. Approximately 7,600 people have already pre-registered in the system and about 2,500 appointments have been offered and booked. Eligibility for the monkeypox vaccine is currently limited to those who are most at risk of getting the virus. As more vaccine becomes available, DC Health will reach out to eligible people who have pre-registered so that they can make an appointment. People who are not currently eligible can also pre-register and you will be contacted to make an appointment if eligibility changes.
Some people already know a lot about monkeypox. Some people have read or heard a few things here and there. And some people may be avoiding the topic altogether. To keep ourselves and our community healthy, though, we should all know the basics. You can also learn more about monkeypox and vaccinations at preventmonkeypox.dc.gov.
Monkeypox is a viral illness that can be transmitted from person to person through direct contact with bodily fluids or through contact with the lesions/rash caused by the virus. The main way monkeypox spreads is through direct contact with infectious sores, scabs, or bodily fluids. Often, it is spread during intimate contact between people, including sex, kissing, hugging, or prolonged face-to-face contact. It can also spread by touching fabrics and other items, such as bedding and towels, that were previously used by an infectious person. Finally, monkeypox can also be spread through respiratory droplets or oral fluids from a person with monkeypox.
Currently, there is a surge in monkeypox cases in countries that don't normally report cases, including here in the United States. Since May, Washington, DC has recorded 105 cases.
The initial symptoms of monkeypox usually present 7-14 days after exposure and include fever, muscle aches and backache, headache, chills, exhaustion, and sometimes sore throat, cough, and swollen lymph nodes. Then, people develop a rash that can look like pimples or blisters that appear on the face, inside the mouth, and on other parts of the body, like the hands, feet, chest, genitals, and/or anus. The lesions can be very painful. You can view examples of the lesions HERE so that you know what to look out for. Anyone with a rash that looks like monkeypox should talk to their healthcare provider about whether they need to get tested, even if you don’t think you have had contact with someone who has monkeypox.
If you think you may have monkeypox, you should visit your doctor or go to a clinic to get tested. Health care providers will also help people who are diagnosed with monkeypox understand the isolation process (people with monkeypox will isolate until the lesions scab over, the scabs fall off, and a fresh layer of skin has formed).
You may have heard that the current monkeypox outbreak is primarily affecting people in the LGBTQ+ community and men who have sex with men. That is accurate, and the reason that information is being shared is so that members of the LGBTQ+ community and other people who are at a higher risk of being exposed to monkeypox can take the necessary steps to protect themselves. One of those steps is getting vaccinated. If you are eligible to get vaccinated (read more about eligibility on preventmonkeypox.dc.gov) and not yet vaccinated, you should pre-register HERE. While vaccine supply is currently limited, pre-registering allows DC Health to contact people as vaccine becomes available. Also, if more eligible people pre-register, we can make a stronger case when requesting additional vaccine from the federal government. We have currently received about 8,300 doses of the vaccine and we estimate we will need closer to 100,000 doses to cover the first and second doses of all eligible people.
That said, it is not only LGBTQ+ people who can get monkeypox, which is why everyone should know the basics and know what to watch out for. Again, the purpose of sharing all this information is so that we can protect ourselves and our community. It is also important that we work together to reduce stigma. Like any health issue, getting monkeypox is not something to be embarrassed about, but it should be taken seriously and health guidance should be followed closely. We should also be mindful about how the people around us are talking about monkeypox; we know from past experiences that stigmatizing or shaming the LGBTQ+ community is dangerous and is not helpful with stopping the spread of a virus.
Let’s work together to educate ourselves and the people in our circles. We do not want people to panic about monkeypox, but we do want our community to stay informed. If we keep each other informed, we can keep each other healthy.
YES... and that's what they wanted...they are wringing their hands in mission accomplished/Mr.Burns, from the Simpsons style...."excellent"...this is what they are saying....more fear, more vaccines, more dead people...and more MONEY..........why would they not be happy.....
Monogamous marriage. There. Fixed it. No pandemic.
Anti-Viral Valacyclovir 1000 mg. X 2/day taken at onset of Shingles is a cure. Might it work with Monkeypox?
There is no monkey pox just like there is no virus. Just acidosis. Get alkaline. www.ianjacklin.com