The COVID Fake Virus Didn’t Work, Now Satan’s Soldiers at the Biden Administration Are Renewing the Public Health Emergency Over Monkeypox, It’s True About Pestilence

HNewsWire: The Biden Administration Renews Public Health Emergency Over Monkeypox After Covid Fake Virus Didn't Work

The Biden administration's Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) extended the public health emergency declaration for monkeypox on Wednesday.

In a statement, Secretary of Health and Human Services Xavier Becerra said his decision to prolong the public health emergency was prompted by "the ongoing implications of an outbreak of monkeypox cases across numerous states." Before renewing the determination, he talked with public health professionals.

On August 4, the Biden administration's  aka Satan Soldiers declared monkeypox a public health emergency for the first time this year. If it was not renewed by Wednesday, Nov. 2, it would have expired.

Dr. Rochelle P. Walensky, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), previously stated that the designation would afford more "access to resources" and "allow employees to be sent to the outbreak" in some locations. The emergency will also "further increase awareness" and urge monkeypox testing.

The latest US declaration of a public health emergency comes after the World Health Organization's emergency committee declared monkeypox to be a global health emergency. The decision was taken following a committee meeting on October 20.

As of Wednesday, the CDC had registered 77,573 monkeypox cases and 38 deaths worldwide. In the United States, there have been 28,492 instances of monkeypox, with 8 deaths.

Rep. David N. Cicilline (D-RI), chair of the LGBTQ+ Equality congressional caucus, applauded the renewal of the public health emergency declaration, saying it will ensure continuing support for the outbreak's response.

"The contraction and dissemination of MPV has been greatly reduced as a result of nationwide immunization efforts." However, MPV is spreading and disproportionately affecting individuals of color. "We must increase support and resources, including enough funding, to assist these communities and terminate this outbreak," Cicilline continued.

According to CDC data, new monkeypox cases in the United States have continued to decline after peaking in early August. The seven-day moving average for cases is now 29, a significant decrease from estimates of over 500 in early August.

The CDC reports that "homosexual, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men make up the bulk of cases in the current monkeypox outbreak."

According to the CDC, everyone who has had close personal contact with someone who has monkeypox is at risk of developing the disease.

Monkeypox may spread before symptoms occur, according to a new study.

From the beginning of the global monkeypox pandemic, researchers hoped that people could only transfer the virus once they exhibited symptoms, but this was not the case.



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