The World Health Organization announced on Saturday that the global monkeypox outbreak does not constitute a public health emergency of international concern for the time being. However, “The emergency committee shared serious concerns about the scale and speed of the current outbreak,” WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in a statement.
“Overall, in the report, they advised me that at this moment the event does not constitute a public health emergency of international concern, which is the highest level of alert WHO can issue,” he added according to a report by NBC News. WHO said in another statement that the Director-General agreed with the committee’s advice, though a few members of the committee “expressed differing views.”
WHO reserves this kind of emergency alert for “serious, sudden, unusual or unexpected” events that constitute a health risk to more than one country and may require an immediate, coordinated international response. The organization previously gave the designation to Covid-19, as well as Ebola, Zika, H1N1 flu and polio. –NBC News
More than 4,000 monkeypox cases have been reported globally across 47 countries and territories since the start of May, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The U.S. alone had recorded more than 200 cases across 25 states and Washington, D.C. as of Friday.
Previously, monkeypox was largely confined to Africa, where it is endemic in 11 countries. Most monkeypox infections have been recorded in the Democratic Republic of Congo, which saw more than 1,200 cases from January to May, according to WHO.
The Daily Exposéhas done a great job putting maps together showing where the Pfizer “vaccines” were widely distributed and where there are current monkeypox outbreaks. Of course, correlation doesn’t necessarily mean causation, but it is interesting that there is a lot of evidence of immune system degradation to the point of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) in those who have taken the injections, and now there’s another odd outbreak.
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Perhaps monkeypox is a cover-up for the failures of the COVID-19 injections. Maybe it’s not. At the very least, it’s a distraction. The public is hardly concerned that the shots they took are giving them AIDS and is more worried about the 1000 people globally that the mainstream media is saying have this disease.-SHTFPlan
Monkeypox, as well as vaccine-derived polio, and other diseases have surfaced so far this year. The solution to all of them, including vaccine-derived polio, is more injections.
To be honest, we should have seen this coming. The rulers have made it very clear that they need everyone injected for their Great Reset agenda to be successful: