WHO: We Can’t Rule Out Monkeypox Pandemic Risk

by | May 31, 2022 | Headline News | 4 comments

The World Health Organization cannot rule out the possibility that monkeypox will become a pandemic. The WHO did note that there is a “window of opportunity” to limit the rising case numbers all over the globe.

Even though the WHO says this monkeypox outbreak could lead to a pandemic, it is also unlikely that it will. According to a report by CNBC, the public health body said there are “still many unknowns” related to the spike in cases in non-endemic countries outside of Africa. The WHO said the virus should not be mistaken for Covid-19 and that the risks to the general public remain low.

“We don’t want people to panic or be afraid and think that it’s like Covid or maybe worse,” Sylvie Briand, the WHO’s director of epidemic and pandemic preparedness and prevention, said during a briefing on the outbreak. “This monkeypox disease is not Covid-19, it is a different virus,” she added.

Only the absolutely want people panicked and afraid. It’s the only way for the ruling class to continue to control the slave class to this extent and even beyond.

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“At the moment, we are not concerned about a global pandemic,” WHO’s technical lead for monkeypox, Rosamund Lewis said. However, she noted that rising individual cases were a cause for concern as it could allow the virus to “exploit a niche” and transmit more easily between people.

The sad truth is that this doesn’t have to escalate to a “pandemic” in order for the ruling class to further control the masses and illicit panic. People are easily terrified especially by things they cannot see.

Alongside the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the U.K.’s National Health Service, the WHO has outlined a number of ways people can protect themselves against the virus, including practicing good hygiene and safe sex.

Once a suspected case has been identified, they should be isolated until their lesions have crusted and scabs fallen off, and contact tracing should be initiated. Contacts of infected patients should be monitored for the onset of symptoms for a period of 21 days and should not donate blood, cells, tissue, organs, breast milk, or semen while under symptom surveillance, the WHO said. “Any one case should be manageable through contact tracing and isolation,” Lewis added.

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And isn’t that what this is all about? Control, contact tracing, and isolation.

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    4 Comments

    1. Spider25

      We can rule out the WHO for anything but lies; deceit and betrayal!

    2. Chuck Finley

      They said the same thing at the beginning of COVID in order for people to let their guard down.

    3. Anonymous

      Look at who’s catching it and where it is being caught.

      Don’t monkey around and you won’t catch it.

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