Thursday, November 9, 2023

MPox (aka Monkeypox) on the rise in Asia

By Tim Gamble
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Here's a candidate for the next plandemic: Monkeypox, now known as mpox (because the term monkey is racist or something). The disease is reportedly on the rise in Asia since July. 

On Tuesday, Taiwan reported it first death from mpox, a man in his 30s who was unvaccinated against mpox. (Yes. There is a vaccine. More money to Big Pharma, who in turn uses lobbyists to launder the money back to politicians and government officials. Are you seeing how this works?) 

Taiwan has reported 355 mpox cases this year. The Taiwan Centers for Disease Control also reports that a significant increase in mpox infections has been seen in the Western Pacific and Southeast Asia regions since July this year.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), "common symptoms of mpox are a skin rash or mucosal lesions which can last 2–4 weeks accompanied by fever, headache, muscle aches, back pain, low energy, and swollen lymph nodes." Although rare, death from mpox may occur. 

Also according to WHO, "It is recommended for people at high risk to get vaccinated to prevent infection with mpox, especially during an outbreak." People at high risk include healthcare workers, gay and bisexual men, sex workers, and people with multiple sex partners. Mpox can be transmitted through respiratory droplets or short-range aerosols (coughing, sneezing, etc.), kissing, sex, shared needles, and other means of close contact.  


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