Washington state’s King County, which includes the city of Seattle, has declared monkeypox a public health emergency. With more than 270 recorded cases, the proclamation came from county executive Dow Constantine on Friday.
The proclamation, which went into effect immediately, will help “boost local health officials’ response efforts to the outbreak”, including by allowing more flexibility with hiring and contracting protocols and helping to get vaccines delivered once there are more doses available. Everything is about getting more “vaccines” into more people. You can hardly read anything from the mainstream media that isn’t laced heavily with the mass vaccination agenda.
They are even trying to say the monkeypox vaccines are “very limited” creating artificial demand.
“While vaccine is allocated at the federal level, and a proclamation does not bring in more vaccine to our region in the near term, the emergency proclamation will help Public Health work with providers and community partners to help deliver vaccine when larger quantities become available,” a King County news release said.
Vaccine supply has been an issue in other parts of the United States amid high demand. This week, top Biden administration officials announced new steps to accelerate the country’s response to the spread of monkeypox, including boosting vaccine supply with an additional 1.8 million doses of the Jynneos shot.
King County health officials say they’ve been responding to the monkeypox outbreak since May 23rd, when the first case was identified. Dennis Worsham, interim director of public health for Seattle and King County, said it is important for public health leaders to have the flexibility they need “to be able to respond and reach the communities most impacted, including ensuring equitable access to vaccine.”
The monkeypox outbreak has become all about this vaccine and getting it into people, even though most are not at any risk of contracting this disease.
“Removing any procedural barriers will help us be as effective as possible as we expect a continued busy fall for Public Health, healthcare providers, and community partners, including the possible roll-out of new COVID-19 boosters, flu shots, and preventing more cases of MPV in our community,” Worsham said in a statement.
It’s now become about getting all of the vaccines the masters demand. How many shots will be enough?