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CDC Warns U.S. at Risk for Monkeypox Surge Even Worse Than the One in 2022

CDC Warns U.S. at Risk for Monkeypox Surge Even Worse Than the One in 2022

The analysis of last year’s numbers is leading the CDC to call for equity-based medical service strategies, despite the very low level of fatality associated with the infection.

The last time I reported on monkeypox, House Republicans were demanding answers from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) related to research experiments they say could result in a “supercharged” monkeypox virus that the agency funded.

While there is no update on any answers, there is news about monkeypox…which has now been rebranded “mpox” out of concern for woke sensibilities.

Based on new modeling, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is warning that the US could see a renewed surge of mpox infections even worse than last year, new federal modeling has concluded.

The agency is pushing for enhanced vaccination, especially in “at-risk” groups.

With “moderate confidence,” the CDC’s modelers said in a report published Thursday that most parts of the country have a “greater than 35%” risk of mpox, formerly known as monkeypox, resurging over the coming months.

“It’s not us saying get more people vaccinated because we think it’s a good idea. We need to get more people vaccinated because we know there’s a linear relationship between how many people are vaccinated and the chance of not having an outbreak,” Dr. Demetre Daskalakis, deputy coordinator for the White House’s mpox response, told CBS News on Thursday.

The CDC estimates that just 23% of the “at-risk population” for mpox, like men who have sex with men and people with multiple sex partners, have been fully vaccinated. Vaccination rates are in the single digits across many states.

With June’s Gay Pride Month a few weeks away, San Francisco is sounding the alarm.

San Francisco’s public health community continues to urge people to get vaccinated for mpox after a federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report concluded that the United States may see a worse outbreak of the disease this year than in 2022. Locally, mpox vaccinations are expected to be offered at community events leading up to Pride in June.

But both the San Francisco Department of Public Health and the San Francisco AIDS Foundation stressed to the Bay Area Reporter that last year’s vaccination efforts paid dividends — the city hasn’t seen a case since January 20, according to DPH’s seven-day rolling average — and also put the city on a better track to face a potential resurgence.

“Last year, SFDPH and the community came together to stop the spread of mpox, and over 50,000 doses of the vaccine have been administered in San Francisco,” the department stated to the B.A.R. “Forty-two percent of all people living with HIV in San Francisco, and 65% of people who had received PrEP at SF City Clinic prior to June 2022 had received at least one dose of mpox vaccine as of November 4, 2022. This is significantly higher than CDC’s nationwide estimate, that nationwide, 23% of the ‘at-risk’ population has been vaccinated.”

The CDC also recently release new data on the 2022 mpox deaths. According to the information analyzed, almost 90% of mpox-related deaths in the country were among black men, and nearly all had weakened immune systems.

This, in turn, is leading to calls for equity-based medical service strategies, despite the very low level of fatality associated with the infection.

From May 2022 to March 2023, 30,235 people in the US were diagnosed with mpox, previously known as monkeypox. Thirty-eight deaths were linked to mpox; 36 of them were men, and 33 were Black men. The average age of those who died was 34.

… Although most of the people who died got one or more prompt treatments and intensive care, nearly a quarter had delays of three to seven weeks from diagnosis to treatment, and two got no treatment for mpox.

“These findings highlight the importance of integrating prevention, testing, and treatment for multiple sexually associated infections,” the report says. “Equitable access to prevention, treatment, and engagement and retention in care for both mpox and HIV should be prioritized, particularly among [b]lack men and other persons at risk for sexually associated infections.”

A separate CDC report published Thursday urged equity-based strategies, such as tailored messages and expanded vaccine services, to increase vaccination among racial and ethnic minorities.

The actual CDC report contains an eye-popping list of woke reasons for personal choices regarding obtaining the mpox vaccination.

Black and Hispanic males might face barriers to prevention, including access to information and to mpox vaccines resulting from gaps in dissemination of information, language barriers, racism, homophobia, xenophobia, stigma, discrimination, unemployment, and poverty (9). In addition, homophily in sexual partnership selection patterns has been associated with increased disparities in the incidence of sexually transmitted infections such as HIV (10) and might be associated with disparities in mpox incidence.

I suspect that if this year’s surge is worse, the results will be used as even more of an excuse to push for an equity-based approach to medicine.


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This is just the excuse for national mail-in voting fraud next year.

Remember when everybody was screaming about monkeypox, then a bunch of children and dogs in gay families came down with it, and suddenly the media forgot it existed?

    gonzotx in reply to Olinser. | April 27, 2023 at 7:13 pm

    Yes I do remember

    Pretty darn disgusting

    Dimsdale in reply to Olinser. | April 27, 2023 at 10:43 pm

    The real question is: will it spill over into the trans community before it spreads to the normals?

    We MUST inject the trans people into the equation, don’t you know…..

It’s so virulent it has now been named Gorilla pox…

I guess bird flu hasn’t become human transmissible yet, so they have to gin up fear over something.

They will just have to do the gain of function work to make it virulent if Nature won’t cooperate.

I don’t care what those lying corrupt Communists at the CDC say. I will never again follow their advice ever. That is the result of what happens when you lie to people constantly for years on end. They’re Liars, they’re not believable and they can go f*** themselves

    gonzotx in reply to Ironclaw. | April 27, 2023 at 8:57 pm

    It’s more than that, they are plain evil. The Covid was unleashed on the world, but really, it was unleashed to destroy the Western countries, I didn’t know that Pfizer was in partnership with the CCP and now most, if not all the “vaccines” are made by the CCP, which owns 2 manufacturing plants in America! If you listen to Naomi wolf, she gave a talk at Hillsdale recently, her team of scientific volunteers went through hundreds of thousands of pages released by the Freedom of informs act on Pfizer .
    It will chill you to the bone

    Dimsdale in reply to Ironclaw. | April 27, 2023 at 10:48 pm

    Medicine, the media, the judiciary, the alphabet institutions, woke industries etc…..all have put themselves in the position of being completely untrustworthy.

    The leftist mental disease is a bigger threat then monkey pox will ever be.

    ChrisPeters in reply to Ironclaw. | April 28, 2023 at 2:56 pm

    The CDC and the FDA, along with several other federal agencies, should be eliminated or, at the very least, have their rule/regulation-making power completely shut down.

    The people at such agencies have no accountability to the citizens. If such agencies are to exist, they should serve as advisory boards to Congress.

Sorry to be glib. Did the CDC recommend to stock up on banana chips?

Wait, did I just click on the BabylonBee?

More like Pox Month, amirite?!?

    I see what you did there. LOL.

    AF_Chief_Master_Sgt in reply to Paddy M. | April 27, 2023 at 9:46 pm

    🎼 To the tune of MBop 🎶

    You have so many relationships in this life
    With so few that will last
    You go through all the pain and strife
    Then you’re on your back and you’re infected so fast

    Oh yeah

    And you’re infected so fast, yeah

    MPox, ba duba dop
    Ba du bop, ba duba dop
    Ba du bop, ba duba dop
    Ba du, oh yeah

    MPox, ba duba dop
    Ba du bop, ba du dop
    Ba du bop, ba du dop
    Ba du, yeah
    Said oh yeah

    In an mmmpox they’re gone
    Yeah yeah
    Yeah yeah

Transdemic. AIDS revisited.

If the CDC says it, it MUST be true. C’mon, who wouldn’t believe the CDC??

    henrybowman in reply to Q. | April 28, 2023 at 7:48 pm

    Nostalgically recalling all the pre-2019 movies and TV shows where some medical thing happens, the CDC shows up flashing their “bodges,” and everybody on camera draws themselves up to attention and salutes.

    Today, you’d see hands sneaking towards concealed firearms.

I take it, then, that last year’s monkeypox outbreak was never eradicated? There have been outbreaks in the US before, usually in connection with imported pets, but those were always quickly contained and eradicated.

If there was ever a government agency that deserves the strict confidence of the American people it is the CDC (sarc).

    BierceAmbrose in reply to kjon. | April 29, 2023 at 4:22 pm

    Oh, they’re quite competent.

    You just can’t take their name at face value. It’s the C P C — Center for People Control. Disease-wrangling is just the means.

Here are several ways to prevent getting monkey pox.

1. No fudge páckìng.

2. No being fudge pácked.

3. No c0cķ sùcķìng.

4. No being c0çk sùćked.

Results, you’ll be monkey p0cked free.

    diver64 in reply to audax. | April 28, 2023 at 6:59 am

    Distasteful that you resort to childish language using symbols and odd letters to defeat the censors. Are you 10?

      AF_Chief_Master_Sgt in reply to diver64. | April 28, 2023 at 6:50 pm

      But I guess it’s not distasteful to spread Monkey Pox through the methods that the supposed 10 year old correctly mentions.

      So spreading Monkey Pox is mature and OK.

      But making references to get by the censors about how Monkey Pox is spread is childish and distasteful.

      Got it!

      What a fucked up worked we live in.

      And NO, I am not 10. I am more than 60. But I earned the right to speak my mind.

      Free speech doncha know.

      But you will successfully have my post removed because you and this site are no better than the leftists who seek to silence people.

    BierceAmbrose in reply to audax. | April 29, 2023 at 4:39 pm

    STDs, a point Heinlein makes — STDs are diseases so noncontagious they are only transmitted with sex. They’re pretty easy to treat and up to grotesquely horrible if not treated. Yet, we can’t seem to wipe them out. We are not serious.

    So, early evidence in hand that Teh Rona ain’t the plague — remember the cruise ship and aircraft carrier — and we gotta contact trace everydamnbody w GPS and an app doncha know. Now, we have a new-ish bumping-uglies pox, that we can’t even talk about contact-tracing to wipe out.

    It’s like “disease control” ain’t what it’s about.

    While I’m at it Why the free love at a music fest are STD’s even still a thing? For F___s sake, people. This isn’t that hard.

Ho Hum. Another day, another hysterical apocalyptic epidemic forecast by the WHO that only more power and money can solve.
Pro Tip: don’t engage in promiscuous unprotected gay sex with strangers and Monkey Pox won’t be a problem.

    CommoChief in reply to diver64. | April 28, 2023 at 10:00 am

    Yeah, a little discernment and selectivity about one’s choice of sexual partner goes a long way in keeping one disease free. Orgies or endless serial sexual encounters with randos …not so much. A committed monogamous relationship is the better choice by far.

      BierceAmbrose in reply to CommoChief. | April 29, 2023 at 4:41 pm

      “discernment and selectivity”

      There’s no accounting for taste, really, BUT, it’s a *pox*. I mean, doesn’t seem like so much discernment and selectivity required.

Steven Brizel | April 28, 2023 at 8:41 am

Presumably the cause for such a surge is the means by which it is acquired-unprotected unnatural sex with many different partners

They should rename it the “Pride Pox”; or the “June oral/anal flu”

Next year will be Humpback Flu. Don’t even get me started on origins.

Who in the U.S. is at risk?

LeftWingLock | April 28, 2023 at 2:08 pm

Monkeypox, you say, eh? Sounds serious. Will wearing masks help to prevent catching this disease?

Wait a minute. Let me see if I can work up some anxiety over this….

Nope. Can’t do it.



“…Based on new modeling, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is warning that the US could see a renewed surge of mpox infections even worse than last year, new federal modeling has concluded. …”

The same bunch that sold us a bill of goods last time around? Apparently mass gay orgies are even bigger than last year.