A push for Monkeypox Vaccine

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With an increase in monkeypox cases across the UK,  health officials are keeping a close eye on the number of confirmed infections and are trying to control the spread of the virus. Health experts at FROM MARS have explained what monkeypox is, as well as revealed the most common symptoms which could indicate one has been infected with the virus.

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Navin Khosla, Superintendent Pharmacist at FROM MARS said: “Although cases of monkeypox in the UK are on the rise, it’s a rare disease and most people who contract the virus usually only suffer from mild symptoms which last around 2 to 4 weeks.

“In the midst of the covid-19 pandemic, many Brits are anxious when stories like those related to monkeypox are reported in the news and although your chances of catching monkeypox are extremely slim, it’s important to be aware of the symptoms and the steps you can take to avoid the virus.

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“No matter how obscure this may sound, it’s important to stay away from any dead animals you may come across, whether that’s in the street or local woodlands and stay away from animals which appear unwell.

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“In relation to human transmission, it’s important to avoid contact with any humans who are unwell and refrain from sharing bedding, towels and other items they may have been in contact with.

“Alongside all of these precautions, it’s important to wash your hands on a regular basis and use hand sanitiser as often as possible, as well as only eating meat which has been cooked thoroughly.

“If you believe you might have monkeypox then it’s vital you isolate and ring your GP and explain your symptoms and they will talk you through the next steps and what you need to do in order to prevent the virus from transmitting to other people.”

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Prior to the above, Dr Naomi Wolf describes the freedom of speech protest recently at Facebook headquarters and the ‘Monkeypox’ scare and coming vaccine push from big Pharma.

Dr Robert Malone released information on Monkeypox today saying, “In my opinion, based on currently available information, Monkeypox is a virus and disease which is endemic in Africa, emerges sporadically after transmission into humans from animal hosts, and is typically spread by close human contact. It is readily controlled by classical public health measures. It does not have a high mortality rate. Unless there has been some genetic alteration, either through evolution or intentional genetic manipulation, it is not a significant biothreat, and has never been considered a high threat pathogen in the past.”

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