United States Confirms 2 Cases Of Monkeypox In Children

by | Jul 23, 2022 | Headline News | 0 comments

The vast majority of monkeypox cases are still occurring in men. But now the United States has confirmed two cases of monkeypox in children.

Considering the mainstream media and health officials continue to warn the public that men who engage in sexual activities with other men are the most susceptible to monkeypox, this is concerning.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Friday that both cases are “likely the result of household transmission” and “had no contact with each other,” the agency said in a statement, according to a report by CBS News.  One child is a toddler who lives in California and the other is an infant who is not a resident of the U.S. and was “transiting through” the Washington, D.C. area when the monkeypox test was done.

Is this another ploy to try to convince people to get injected with a monkeypox vaccine, even children? Never put it past the ruling class.

“We became aware of these cases just this week, and we’ve been working with the jurisdictions to understand more about these cases,” the CDC’s Jennifer McQuiston told reporters on Friday. CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky first disclosed news of the cases at a virtual event with The Washington Post on Friday, saying that both children “are doing well.”

Walensky infamously once fake cried over the “impending doom” of COVID-19:

“Right Now I’m Scared” – CDC Director Chokes Back Tears As She Fearmongers “Impending Doom”

The worst part of COVID-19 right now has been the rulers’ reaction to it and the slaves’ willingness to obey at all costs. Walensky also said the “vaccines” don’t prevent transmission. Meaning, they don’t work.

CDC Director: “What Vaccines Can’t Do Anymore Is Prevent Transmission”

As of last week, CDC officials told reporters that at that point, they were only aware of monkeypox cases in adults. But the agency acknowledged that state and local health authorities had only relayed additional demographic information to them for less than half of all tallied cases. –CBS News

“There is no evidence to date that we’re seeing this virus spread outside of those populations to any degree, and I think that the primary drivers for this infection in the U.S. remain in the gay, bisexual, and men who have sex with men communities right now,” McQuiston added.

As of Friday, the CDC had claimed there was a total of 2,891 cases of monkeypox in the U.S. across 44 states, as well as the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.

Children can get monkeypox after being in close contact with their infected parents.

Authorities in Spain’s capital announced on Wednesday that they had detected a case in a 7-month-old baby who likely caught the virus from their parents.

In the Netherlands, doctors reported they were unable to identify how a boy under 10 years old had caught the virus. No secondary cases were identified from the infection. –CBS News

The mainstream media seems to think the solution for everything is injecting more toxins into more people:

For vaccination, Food and Drug Administration has only formally approved the Jynneos monkeypox shots for use in adults. However, federal health officials have said the Biden administration has worked out arrangements to be able to offer doses for children in the current outbreak.

Isn’t it interesting how the ruling class “worked out arrangements” to get children injected before they were even coming down with monkeypox?

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