U.S. doctors urged to test for monkeypox while CDC says risk to public low

U.S. doctors urged to test for monkeypox while CDC says risk to public low
U.S. health officials on Friday urged doctors to test for monkeypox if they suspect cases, saying there may be community-level spread but that the overall public health risk remained low. So far, there have been 21 cases of the disease in at least 11 states. The CDC said it was aware of 700 cases of monkeypox that have been reported globally outside of parts of Africa, where the disease is endemic. … Read the rest

Monkeypox Renamed for Shingles? COVID-19 Vaccines Increase Risk of Shingles by 4,925%

Monkeypox Renamed for Shingles? COVID-19 Vaccines Increase Risk of Shingles by 4,925%
  BY THE EXPOSÉ According to a scientific study published in 1988, it’s virtually impossible to distinguish between monkeypox and chickenpox. And chickenpox is caused by the varicella-zoster virus, and just like its close relative the herpes simplex virus, it becomes a lifelong resident in the body. And like its other cousin, genital herpes, varicella may be silent for many years, hiding out inside nerve cells and can reactivate later, wreaking havoc in the form of the excruciating skin disorder, shingles, which is a blistering, burning skin rash.… Read the rest

World Health Organization will rename monkeypox to avoid stigma and racism

World Health Organization will rename monkeypox to avoid stigma and racism
CHRIS PANDOLFO | June 14, 2022 World Health Organization officials will meet in emergency session next week to evaluate the international outbreak of monkeypox and determine whether the virus should be considered a global health emergency. They will also rename the virus after scientists raised concerns that the name “monkeypox” is racist, officials said. “WHO’s goal is to support countries, contain transmission, and stop the outbreak with tried-and-tested public health tools including surveillance, contact tracing, and isolation of infected patients,” he added.… Read the rest

The Five Phases to Get You a Monkeypox Vaccine

The Five Phases to Get You a Monkeypox Vaccine
It’s the best case scenario for the worst case scenario. By Tony Ho Tran When it comes to monkeypox, there’s good news and bad news. The bad news: Monkeypox doesn’t look like it’s going away anytime soon. In fact, a rise in cases throughout the United States in recent weeks has stirred concerns (and confusion) from officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).… Read the rest

CDC: No Evidence Monkeypox Is Airborne

CDC: No Evidence Monkeypox Is Airborne
— 45 cases in the U.S. so far, and not all from international travel by Molly Walker | June 10, 2022 There is currently no evidence that monkeypox is airborne, CDC officials said on Friday. To date, 45 cases across 15 states and Washington, D.C. have been reported — and not all are linked to international travel — but no deaths have been associated with the outbreak, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky, MD, said on a conference call with reporters.… Read the rest

CDC: Monkeypox Airborne, Sexual Transmission, Masks and Asymptomatic Infection

CDC: Monkeypox Airborne, Sexual Transmission, Masks and Asymptomatic Infection
BY ROBYN WHITE – 6/10/22 The sexual transmission of monkeypox, and asymptomatic infection, is still a mystery to scientists, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has said. Some monkeypox cases so far have occurred in men who have sex with men (MSM), according to the World Health Organization (WHO). From this, experts have suspected that the virus has made its way into the population sexually.… Read the rest

CDC Removes Monkeypox Mask Rec From Travel Guidance Amid Telling Circumstances

CDC Removes Monkeypox Mask Rec From Travel Guidance Amid Telling Circumstances
— Move comes as global health officials say window to prevent endemicity may be closing by Kristina Fiore | June 10, 2022 The CDC removed a recommendation to wear a mask from its monkeypox guidance for travelers earlier this week, saying it “caused confusion,” according to a statement from the agency. The guidance originally stated: “Wear a mask. Wearing a mask can help protect you from many diseases, including monkeypox.”… Read the rest

Monkeypox Is a Cover Story to Conceal the Increasing Illnesses and Deaths Caused by the COVID-19 Vaccines

Monkeypox Is a Cover Story to Conceal the Increasing Illnesses and Deaths Caused by the COVID-19 Vaccines
The alleged monkeypox outbreak is a cover story for the increasing illnesses and deaths caused by the COVID-19 vaccinations. The symptoms of monkeypox bear a striking similarity to the side effects of the COVID-19 vaccines. Those symptoms were known to Pfizer before their COVID-19 vaccine was authorized. The investigative reporters at The Expose determined that “[t]he confidential Pfizer documents also list another condition that has extreme similarities to monkeypox: autoimmune blistering disease.” … Read the rest

CDC Says You Should Wear a Mask While Traveling — for Monkeypox, Contact Tracing

CDC Says You Should Wear a Mask While Traveling — for Monkeypox, Contact Tracing
CDC Says You Should Wear a Mask While Traveling — for Monkeypox Gizmodo reported: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is stepping up its guidance concerning monkeypox. While the risk of monkeypox is still thought to be low for the general public, the agency is now warning people to take more precautions while traveling. These precautions include avoiding contact with visibly sick people as well as wearing a mask.… Read the rest