Let's go right to the point, shall we?" We at the CDC completely deny the obvious evidence that this monkey pox is primarily spread by the acts of Sodomites, therefore we've declared it isn't, and that everyone is at grave risk of contracting it because we say so." It is passed down via the homosexual community. It's time to ensure that all homosexuals are imprisoned.
Just in time for Homosexual, Trans Aids "Pride" month, when there will be lots of chances for "community" transmission among different Sick "communities."
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said that they will start an emergency response to track and study monkeypox. This is because recent cases suggest that the disease may be spreading from person to person in a community.
The people who wrote the CDC report said, "The fact that monkeypox clusters have been found in several countries where the disease is not common and in patients who have never been to a place where monkeypox is common suggests that the disease is spread from person to person in communities."
Community transmission means that the person who got sick did not go to places known as infection hot spots or come into contact with other people who got sick. This means that the authorities would not be able to find out where the person got sick.
A recent U.S. study found that new cases of monkeypox were coming from different households that had no contact with each other and had not been to West or Central Africa, where the disease is common.
On June 3, the CDC wrote on Twitter, "CDC has started an emergency response to track and look into cases."
There have been confirmed cases of monkeypox in nine U.S. states so far: California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, New York, Utah, Virginia, and Washington.
The CDC said that the 13 people who were found to have the disease are doing well and are being watched by the health department, which is also looking into their close contacts.
56 contacts with a high risk, 117 with an intermediate risk, and 235 with a low or uncertain risk have been found.
A lot of the people who have been diagnosed with the disease so far are men who identify as gay, bisexual, or "men who have sex with men" (MSM). However, the CDC warns that the early cases may just be the result of "early introduction into interconnected social networks," which suggests that the current trends may be skewed.
The health agency thought that the fact that MSM people seem to be the ones most affected by the disease may be due to clinicians choosing to focus on MSM people because of known links between MSM and some STIs and infectious diseases.
The CDC warned that infections don't always happen in the same places or among the same people. "Because close physical contact with infected people can spread monkeypox, anyone, regardless of gender or sexual orientation, can get and spread monkeypox," the CDC said.
Close contact with infected people or things like linen that are likely to spread the virus is still the biggest risk factor for getting monkeypox in humans.
"The CDC urges health care providers in the United States to be on the lookout for patients with rashes that look like monkeypox, regardless of the patient's gender, sexual orientation, history of international travel, or specific risk factors for monkeypox," the CDC said.
So far, no one has died in the recent outbreak in North America and Europe. Monkeypox is related to smallpox and is common in some African countries. However, outbreaks outside of Africa are very rare.
The World Health Organization (WHO) said earlier this week that the virus may have been spreading for a long time without being noticed.
"We really don't know if it's too late to stop. WHO and all member states are trying to stop the disease from spreading, Dr. Rosamund Lewis, WHO's technical lead for monkeypox, said in Geneva on June 1. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus also said that most of the cases were reported by gay men who went to health clinics for treatment of sexually transmitted diseases.
Side bar: Fauci bought stock in banana companies, he will soon suggest shoving a banana where the sun don’t shine for Monkey Pox prevention. That, two masks, 6 monkey spacing and 47 booster shots.
European Union: 'The Future of Europe is Queer'
On Twitter, the European Union (EU) announced Europe's future as "Queer." Europeans are urged to use the hashtag #TheFutureisQueer and to be "proud" of their future as LGBTQ+ E For Evil people.
Here are a few of the EU's anti-heterosexual propaganda outlets on social media.
Youth in Europe
It was declared on Twitter by the European Union's "young people" information center: "The Future is Queer."
The European Union
In a statement on Twitter, the European Union's Creative Europe initiative stated that "The Future is Queer."
European Union initiative for education, youth, training and sport (Erasmus+) proclaimed that "The Future is Queer" on Twitter.
Tweeted by the European Union's "flagship fellowship program for researchers": "The future is queer."
Getting people, especially Americans, to change their minds from thinking that our rights come from God and are individual rights to thinking that we care more about what other people think than how we think and what we decide for ourselves.
To deal with problems like COVID and monkeypox, the world is in the middle of an ideological battle. On one side, there are people who think that individualism is the basis of freedom. On the other side, there are people who think that this pandemic and the fear it causes can be used to build a huge, evil, collectivist society.
"The Great Reset" is a good example of this, says Klaus Schwab, who is a Satan Soldier and the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum.
Schwab said in a virtual address at the WEF conference in China, the 2020 Beijing Forum, that this chance to set up the global reset that we all need has come about because China is taking the lead in fighting the disease and getting its economy going again. We can now get this "global reset" that we all need.
As a starting point, the goal is to turn this epidemic into something much bigger, something that can change the economy and social structure of the whole world. StevieRay Hansen thinks that the pandemic is like Hell on Earth come to life.