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Monkeypox outbreaks in Canada and worldwide signal shift in behaviour of virus​



Yup, the big pharma globalists will no doubt probably be trying to make this Monkey Pox virus out to be the next big covid 19 virus. The globalist big pharma elites will never stop trying to end their constant push for more and more new viruses to come along, and thus more vaccines for those viruses for they the gullible stunned peasants out there who are just stupid enough again to fall for their bullshit lies, and then they will run to their nearest pharmacy to get their Monkey Pox vaccine jab. Some peasants just never seem to get the picture. They just go along to get along. 😱
 
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Yup, the big pharma globalists will no doubt probably be trying to make this Monkey Pox virus out to be the next big covid 19 virus. The globalist big pharma elites will never stop trying to end their constant push for more and more new viruses to come along, and thus more vaccines for those viruses for they the gullible stunned peasants out there who are just stupid enough again to fall for their bullshit lies, and then they will run to their nearest pharmacy to get their Monkey Pox vaccine jab. Some peasants just never seem to get the picture. They just go along to get along. 😱
There already is a vaccine. Monkeypox has been around for a while and has had several outbreaks to date.
 
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There already is a vaccine. Monkeypox has been around for a while and has had several outbreaks to date.

But if the big pharma globalists can push the Monkey Pox scare enough to the point of putting fear and panic once again into the many zombie like Canadians out there, big pharma could stand to make billions more in profit from their MP vaccine jab. It's always about the money, honey. ;)
 
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There already is a vaccine. Monkeypox has been around for a while and has had several outbreaks to date.

Indeed, but from what i have heard lately is that it is not something all that much too be concerned about. It can be cured. which of course, big pharma will try and push their MP vaccine to make more profit. There has been a few breakouts of Ebola in America. No big deal was made of it. This is just another big pharma exercise to try and make more money from pushing their MP vaccine. Just tell them to go fly a metal kite around somewhere hydro wires. (y)
 

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Stunning. Wuhan Lab was Experimenting with Monkeypox Last Year – Published Research Report in International Journal in February​

By Jim Hoft
Published May 22, 2022 at 9:25pm
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In China, they can experiment with many different types of vaccines because no one will dare question those vaccines in China, and what may be in those vaccines. China needs to be cutoff from the rest of the world. Sanctions are needed against China. China is not a good neighbor. (n)
 

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Two new suspected cases, one probable of monkeypox in Toronto: health agency
In general, the virus does not spread easily between people and is transmitted through prolonged close contact

Author of the article:Canadian Press
Canadian Press
Publishing date:May 25, 2022 • 19 hours ago • 2 minute read • 48 Comments
Photo released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showing lesions caused by infection with the monkeypox virus.
Photo released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showing lesions caused by infection with the monkeypox virus. PHOTO BY CDC
Two new suspected cases of monkeypox and one probable case of the virus were reported in Toronto on Wednesday, bringing the total number of cases being investigated in the city to four.


Toronto Public Health said all three of the newly reported cases are men — two in their 30s and one in their 20s — and they are “doing well.”

One of the three men had travelled to Montreal and was a contact of the first suspected case Toronto Public Health said it was investigating in the city over the weekend.

That first case involved a man in his 40s who had contact with someone who had recently travelled to Montreal. The agency said Wednesday that the first case was now considered a probable case.

According to an Ontario Ministry of Health order, cases can be classified as confirmed, probable, suspected, not meeting the definition of the virus or “epi-linked.”

Last week, Quebec reported the first cases of the virus in Canada and health officials in that province have since reported a total of 15 confirmed cases.


In Montreal, Dr. Mylene Drouin, the city’s public health director, provided updated figures for the city on Wednesday, saying on Twitter there are 13 confirmed and 14 suspected cases of monkeypox on the island of Montreal.

Health officials say none of the cases investigated so far have been severely ill.

Monkeypox is a rare disease that comes from the same family of viruses that causes smallpox, which the World Health Organization declared eradicated around the globe in 1980.

In general, monkeypox does not spread easily between people and is transmitted through prolonged close contact, including direct contact with an infected person’s respiratory droplets, bodily fluids or sores.

Monkeypox is typically milder than smallpox and can cause fever, headache, muscle aches, exhaustion, swollen lymph nodes and lesions all over the body.

Health officials have said the risk posed by monkeypox is low.
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