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CDC Already Reporting More Monkeypox Cases and Warns of Summer Resurgence

CDC Already Reporting More Monkeypox Cases and Warns of Summer Resurgence

It’s back!

We aren’t even finished with the first week of Pride Month, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is already reporting that there are 21 cases and warning of a summer resurgence.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week tallied 21 more cases of mpox, the disease formerly called monkeypox, as authorities are now bracing for the possibility of a resurgence over the coming months.

Illinois makes up the largest share of new cases, with nine new infections reported to the CDC. New York and Maryland each counted three additional infections.

Mpox case totals for Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Louisiana, Texas, Utah and Virginia each climbed by one since last week.

The agency recently deployed staff to investigate a number of cases around Chicago, which includes several infections of fully vaccinated men. Health officials say the outbreak has primarily involved men who have sex with men.

“CDC is collaborating with the Chicago Department of Health to investigate this cluster and specifically looking into why we are seeing more vaccinated cases than expected,” Dr. Christopher Braden, head of the CDC’s mpox response, said in a recent call with clinicians.

One public health official in the San Diego area mostly focused on festivals and outdoor events when discussing the news.

The region, said Dr. Ankita Kadakia, deputy public health officer , has not had a new case reported since February, but outreach efforts to the communities that are most at risk is underway.

“Although we have not seen the same situation in San Diego that has been observed in Chicago, we still want to take a proactive approach,” Kadakia said. “We know that summer is coming up and travel is coming up, and there are a lot of festivals and outdoor events where people will be gathering.

“We just want to, you know, give a reminder to our local community about the availability of mpox vaccination, and we also have testing available if somebody is concerned.”

Festivals and outdoor events like this:

Health officials in San Francisco continue to push vaccines.

…[H]ealth and government officials are advising unvaccinated individuals, especially those in groups which could be disproportionately affected, to get the preventive doses ahead of the summer season and The City’s pride festivities.

Mpox is an infectious disease caused by a virus, which can result in a painful rash and fever. The virus primarily spreads through sustained skin-to-skin contact and bodily fluids, which can occur at crowded events, sexual contact or sharing clothing or bedding. The infection is rarely fatal and usually resolves on its own within two weeks or a month.

In May, San Francisco had no new reported cases of mpox, according to city data. But that’s no reason to let your guard down, city officials warn.

“Cases of mpox in San Francisco remain low, however, we remain watchful, as several new cases have recently been reported in other parts of the country,” said San Francisco Health Officer, Susan Philip in a press release.

Hopefully, the vaccines for monkeypox will remain effective at preventing infection and transmission…unlike others that have been promoted by “experts.”


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2smartforlibs | June 6, 2023 at 12:10 pm

Didn’t the gubment say a few weeks ago this was no thing?

Steven Brizel | June 6, 2023 at 12:16 pm

There is only one way in which this disease is spread

chrisboltssr | June 6, 2023 at 12:36 pm

Surprising this disease came back in time for LGBT Indulgence Month.

iconotastic | June 6, 2023 at 12:39 pm

It is MonkeyPox month after all

There’s an easy answer, stop screwing each other in the ass

“Health officials say the outbreak has primarily involved men who have sex with men.”

And, men who have sex with children.

Are they still handing out dildo’s at the “family friendly” events?

Promiscuity does have it’s downsides. Adding monkey pox to the list of reasons to be cautious about unprotected sex with multiple partners seems very reasonable. Consenting adults can do what they want, however hook up culture, one night stands and orgies have dangers all their own far different than sex within a committed, monogamous relationship.

A socially liberal lifestyle exacerbated through back… black hole… whore h/t NAACP intrusion.

Here is an idea. Don’t visit gay bathhouses and do you know what unprotected with random strangers. Damn, I should be in charge of the WHO

Memo for gay males:

You’ve made a bet with Mother Nature when it comes to your proclivities. Here’s a free tip: You’re going to lose, because Mother Nature always wins in the end,

CDC is *still* not advising people to abstain from sodomy, or to wear condoms while engaging in it, or to limit the number of sexual partners on any given weekend to less than, say, thirty, while visiting any of Barack Obama’s favorite Bath Houses.

Democrats must really hate homosexuals, as they’re doing everything they can to ensure as many as possible die from this disease.

Toward the end of Huff’s book, a disturbing chapter details a campaign of harassment against him by what appears to be the FBI. Most of this chapter is taken up with an extensive quotation from a legal brief written by Huff’s attorney. The story is so astonishing—it involves a gun fight on Huff’s property—that one is left with only two possible conclusions: Either Huff is out of his mind (but nothing else seems to indicate this), or that parts of the government were determined to silence someone with inside knowledge of what is beginning to look like the biggest scandal to ever emerge from the biodefense scene. (It was the campaign of harassment, ironically, that compelled Huff to write his book.)