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    Here comes Monkeypox!

    More fear porn.

    New York City resident tests positive for monkeypox virus

    A New York City resident has tested positive for the virus that causes monkeypox, state health officials announced late Friday.

    The unidentified patient is isolating and treating the case as positive while awaiting final confirmation by the Centers for Disease Control.

    New York City public health officials said Thursday they were investigating two potential cases of monkeypox, a rare virus rarely seen outside of Africa that can cause flu-like symptoms.

    Testing ruled out the other case, the state Health Department said.

    The apparent infection in New York comes as the World Health Organization has identified about 80 cases globally, and roughly 50 more suspected cases. Health officials in Massachusetts confirmed its first case of monkeypox on May 18.

    New York state and city officials will try to determine how the New York patient was infected. City epidemiologists have begun reaching people who may have been in contact with the person.

    The virus originates in primates and other wild animals, and causes fever, body aches, chills and fatigue in most patients. People with severe cases can develop rash and lesions on the face, hands and other parts of the body.
    A New York City resident has tested positive for the virus that causes monkeypox, state health officials announced late Friday.
    Live Free or Die!

    #2
    Will this bring phil out of retirement? Get ouwxchick all lathered up again? boots is gonna be jealous stingray started the thread.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Slytherin View Post
      Will this bring phil out of retirement? Get ouwxchick all lathered up again? boots is gonna be jealous stingray started the thread.
      Did Phil get bit by the Covid? Hopefully he is OK and just on sabbatical.

      Live Free or Die!

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        #4
        Originally posted by Stinger_1066 View Post

        Did Phil get bit by the Covid? Hopefully he is OK and just on sabbatical.
        I worry about him. I hope nothing bad has happened. He sure did take the covids seriously.

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          #5


          Awaiting all the DB scientists to emerge.

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            #6
            Originally posted by Slytherin View Post
            Will this bring phil out of retirement? Get ouwxchick all lathered up again? boots is gonna be jealous stingray started the thread.
            I thought it was a government mind control operation.

            What do monkeys have to do with it?

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              #7
              Originally posted by TheBoots View Post

              I thought it was a government mind control operation.

              What do monkeys have to do with it?
              Chinese monkeys?

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                #8
                Originally posted by Slytherin View Post

                Chinese monkeys?
                .

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                  #9
                  i read that those who got the covid vaccine are now susceptible to monkeypox...
                  i feel for ya'll

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by theresonly187 View Post
                    i read that those who got the covid vaccine are now susceptible to monkeypox...
                    i feel for ya'll
                    Lmao…now you’re just making up stupid shit….or quoting someone that made up stupid shit.

                    If you knew anything about the two viruses you’d know that not even possible…bwwwhhhaaaa. But you probably believe it.

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                      #11
                      Monkeypox sounds like a game we used to play when I was a kid.

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                        #12
                        I know they can be sexy, but someone needs to stop banging monkeys.

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                          #13
                          Strange, the title of this thread was going to be the title of my third studio album about six years ago.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Me And My Butt View Post

                            Lmao…now you’re just making up stupid shit….or quoting someone that made up stupid shit.

                            If you knew anything about the two viruses you’d know that not even possible…bwwwhhhaaaa. But you probably believe it.
                            it was a joke dumbass.....but you're so f'ing stupid....u believed it ...

                            one of my favorite lines from the movie platoon...."damn u dumb"

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by theresonly187 View Post

                              it was a joke dumbass.....but you're so f'ing stupid....u believed it ...

                              one of my favorite lines from the movie platoon...."damn u dumb"
                              Lmao…no, you’re so fucking stupid so often that I believe you read it and believed it.

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                                #16
                                Originally posted by Me And My Butt View Post

                                Lmao…now you’re just making up stupid shit….or quoting someone that made up stupid shit.

                                If you knew anything about the two viruses you’d know that not even possible…bwwwhhhaaaa. But you probably believe it.

                                However, you bit.

                                A blind man could see the sarcasm ….or shark hook and chain with a squid head for bait.

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                                  #17
                                  It's Chuck's fault. Him and those damn, dirty apes...

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                                    #18
                                    A lot of the current cases can be linked to a gay pride event in the Canary Islands.



                                    MONKEYPOX cases in Spain and Italy have been traced to an island festival attended by 80,000 revellers.

                                    Authorities are trying to halt an outbreak that has exploded across Europe and beyond, with 92 cases now confirmed and dozens more suspected.


                                    https://www.thesun.co.uk/health/1864...land-festival/

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                                      #19
                                      Originally posted by OUwasp View Post
                                      It's Chuck's fault. Him and those damn, dirty apes...

                                      *Chalrton

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                                        #20
                                        Covid Pox or Monkey flu?

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                                          #21
                                          Originally posted by Slobber View Post
                                          Covid Pox or Monkey flu?
                                          Flucovaidspox

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                                            #22

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                                              #23
                                              Originally posted by TheBoots View Post

                                              I thought it was a government mind control operation.

                                              What do monkeys have to do with it?
                                              Valerie Jarrett?

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                                                  Belgium becomes first country to introduce mandatory monkeypox quarantine as global cases rise

                                                  Belgium has become the first country to introduce a mandatory 21-day quarantine for monkeypox patients as cases of the disease — typically endemic to Africa — spread across the globe.

                                                  Health authorities in Belgium introduced the measures Friday after the country reported its third case of the virus. As of Monday, the country has recorded four local cases; confirmed global infections currently number around 100.

                                                  Belgium’s compulsory measures apply only to patients with a confirmed infection. Close contacts are not required to self-isolate but are encouraged to remain vigilant, especially if in contact with vulnerable people.

                                                  “Infected persons will have to go into contact isolation until the injuries have healed (they will receive concrete instructions about this from the treating doctor),” a translated version of the government announcement said.

                                                  The U.K. meanwhile has said those who have a high risk of catching the disease should self-isolate for 21 days. That includes household contacts or medical professionals who may have come into contact with an infected patient.
                                                  What is monkeypox?


                                                  Monkeypox is a rare disease caused by the monkeypox virus — part of the smallpox family — with symptoms including rashes, fever, headaches, muscle ache, swelling and backpain.

                                                  Though typically less severe than smallpox, health experts are growing concerned about the genesis of a recent outbreak, starting in early May, in countries beyond Central and West Africa.

                                                  Health authorities, including the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and infection and the U.K.’s Health Security Agency, said they have noted a particular concentration of cases among men who have sex with men, and urged gay and bisexual men in particular to be aware of any unusual rashes or lesions.

                                                  As of Saturday, the World Health Organization reported there were 92 cases in 12 countries, and a further 28 suspected cases under investigation. The U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Belgium, Portugal and Netherlands have all confirmed cases.

                                                  The public health body said recent reported cases had no links to travel from endemic African countries, which is unusual for the disease. It usually spreads via human-to-human or human-to-animal contact.

                                                  “Epidemiological investigations are ongoing, however, reported cases thus far have no established travel links to endemic areas,” the WHO said in a statement posted on its website Saturday.

                                                  “Based on currently available information, cases have mainly but not exclusively been identified amongst men who have sex with men (MSM) seeking care in primary care and sexual health clinics,” it added.
                                                  More monkeypox cases likely


                                                  The recent surge in community cases, particularly within urban areas, is now raising concerns of a wider outbreak.

                                                  “To have it appear now — more than 100 cases in 12 different countries with no obvious connection — means we have to figure out exactly what’s happening,” Seth Berkley, CEO of global vaccine alliance Gavi, told CNBC Monday.

                                                  “The truth is we don’t know what that is and therefore how severe it’s going to be. But it’s likely that we’re going to see more cases,” he said.

                                                  Though most cases of monkeypox are mild and typically resolve within two to four weeks, there is currently no proven vaccine. The smallpox vaccine has proven 85% effective in preventing infection, and some countries have already begun stockpiling doses.

                                                  Berkley cautioned that the new outbreak, occurring even as the existing coronavirus pandemic is “not over yet,” was a warning to authorities to invest more resources into infectious diseases. He was speaking on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, where political and business leaders have gathered this week to discuss key global issues, including pandemic preparedness.

                                                  “This is evolutionarily certain that we’re going to see more outbreaks,” he said. “That’s why pandemic preparedness is so important. Look at what it can do economically when you have a pandemic hit”
                                                  Belgium has become the first country to introduce a 21-day quarantine for monkeypox patients as cases spread across the globe.
                                                  Live Free or Die!

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                                                    #26
                                                    The Chinese claim the US intententionally released monkeypox

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                                                      #27
                                                      Originally posted by Stinger_1066 View Post
                                                      Belgium becomes first country to introduce mandatory monkeypox quarantine as global cases rise

                                                      Belgium has become the first country to introduce a mandatory 21-day quarantine for monkeypox patients as cases of the disease — typically endemic to Africa — spread across the globe.

                                                      Health authorities in Belgium introduced the measures Friday after the country reported its third case of the virus. As of Monday, the country has recorded four local cases; confirmed global infections currently number around 100.

                                                      Belgium’s compulsory measures apply only to patients with a confirmed infection. Close contacts are not required to self-isolate but are encouraged to remain vigilant, especially if in contact with vulnerable people.

                                                      “Infected persons will have to go into contact isolation until the injuries have healed (they will receive concrete instructions about this from the treating doctor),” a translated version of the government announcement said.

                                                      The U.K. meanwhile has said those who have a high risk of catching the disease should self-isolate for 21 days. That includes household contacts or medical professionals who may have come into contact with an infected patient.
                                                      What is monkeypox?


                                                      Monkeypox is a rare disease caused by the monkeypox virus — part of the smallpox family — with symptoms including rashes, fever, headaches, muscle ache, swelling and backpain.

                                                      Though typically less severe than smallpox, health experts are growing concerned about the genesis of a recent outbreak, starting in early May, in countries beyond Central and West Africa.

                                                      Health authorities, including the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and infection and the U.K.’s Health Security Agency, said they have noted a particular concentration of cases among men who have sex with men, and urged gay and bisexual men in particular to be aware of any unusual rashes or lesions.

                                                      As of Saturday, the World Health Organization reported there were 92 cases in 12 countries, and a further 28 suspected cases under investigation. The U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Belgium, Portugal and Netherlands have all confirmed cases.

                                                      The public health body said recent reported cases had no links to travel from endemic African countries, which is unusual for the disease. It usually spreads via human-to-human or human-to-animal contact.

                                                      “Epidemiological investigations are ongoing, however, reported cases thus far have no established travel links to endemic areas,” the WHO said in a statement posted on its website Saturday.

                                                      “Based on currently available information, cases have mainly but not exclusively been identified amongst men who have sex with men (MSM) seeking care in primary care and sexual health clinics,” it added.
                                                      More monkeypox cases likely


                                                      The recent surge in community cases, particularly within urban areas, is now raising concerns of a wider outbreak.

                                                      “To have it appear now — more than 100 cases in 12 different countries with no obvious connection — means we have to figure out exactly what’s happening,” Seth Berkley, CEO of global vaccine alliance Gavi, told CNBC Monday.

                                                      “The truth is we don’t know what that is and therefore how severe it’s going to be. But it’s likely that we’re going to see more cases,” he said.

                                                      Though most cases of monkeypox are mild and typically resolve within two to four weeks, there is currently no proven vaccine. The smallpox vaccine has proven 85% effective in preventing infection, and some countries have already begun stockpiling doses.

                                                      Berkley cautioned that the new outbreak, occurring even as the existing coronavirus pandemic is “not over yet,” was a warning to authorities to invest more resources into infectious diseases. He was speaking on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, where political and business leaders have gathered this week to discuss key global issues, including pandemic preparedness.

                                                      “This is evolutionarily certain that we’re going to see more outbreaks,” he said. “That’s why pandemic preparedness is so important. Look at what it can do economically when you have a pandemic hit”
                                                      Haven't there only been a handful of cases so far? Sheesh.

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                                                          #29
                                                          Originally posted by OUwasp View Post
                                                          A lot of the current cases can be linked to a gay pride event in the Canary Islands.



                                                          MONKEYPOX cases in Spain and Italy have been traced to an island festival attended by 80,000 revellers.

                                                          Authorities are trying to halt an outbreak that has exploded across Europe and beyond, with 92 cases now confirmed and dozens more suspected.


                                                          https://www.thesun.co.uk/health/1864...land-festival/
                                                          A virus that is primarily transmitted between gay men? Where have I seen this before?

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                                                            #30

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                                                              #31
                                                              Originally posted by bushmaster06 View Post

                                                              A virus that is primarily transmitted between gay men? Where have I seen this before?
                                                              Fauci is on it

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                                                                #32
                                                                Originally posted by bushmaster06 View Post

                                                                A virus that is primarily transmitted between gay men? Where have I seen this before?
                                                                A monkey virus at that.

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                                                                  #33
                                                                  I recommend quaranting all monkeys until further notice.

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                                                                    #34
                                                                    It’s just another form of the AIDS VIRUS so the OP is probably a super spreader.

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                                                                      #35
                                                                      The Canadians are a bunch of filty buggers.

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                                                                        #36
                                                                        Originally posted by SoonerKA1999 View Post

                                                                        Haven't there only been a handful of cases so far? Sheesh.

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                                                                          #37

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                                                                            #38
                                                                            Originally posted by Pokej View Post
                                                                            I recommend quaranting all monkeys until further notice.
                                                                            Too easy.

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                                                                              #39
                                                                              Ya know, after all these years, I think it’s pretty sad that we still have to tell people to stop fucking monkeys.

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                                                                                #40
                                                                                Originally posted by bushmaster06 View Post
                                                                                Ya know, after all these years, I think it’s pretty sad that we still have to tell people to stop fucking monkeys.
                                                                                A. Should have learned that with AIDS…

                                                                                But…

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                                                                                  #41
                                                                                  I'm not worried about monkeypox at all.


                                                                                  reindeerpox, however, terrifies me.

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                                                                                    #42
                                                                                    Originally posted by bushmaster06 View Post
                                                                                    Ya know, after all these years, I think it’s pretty sad that we still have to tell people to stop fucking monkeys.
                                                                                    Sounds like they need to stop fucking each other in the butt. See my post 37They've already tied the transmission of the cases in Spain and Portugal to a LGBT Fetish rave that happened in Spain a few weeks ago.
                                                                                    Last edited by SoonerKA1999; 05-24-2022, 11:57 AM.

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                                                                                      #43
                                                                                      Originally posted by SEC View Post

                                                                                      A. Should have learned that with AIDS…

                                                                                      But…
                                                                                      *Butt

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                                                                                        #44
                                                                                        Originally posted by keef View Post
                                                                                        I'm not worried about monkeypox at all.


                                                                                        reindeerpox, however, terrifies me.
                                                                                        Don’t fuck reindeer then.

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                                                                                          #45
                                                                                          Originally posted by SoonerKA1999 View Post

                                                                                          Sounds like they need to stop fucking each other in the butt. See my post The Press Box They've already tied the transmission of the cases in Spain and Portugal to a LGBT Fetish rave that happened in Spain a few weeks ago.

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                                                                                            #46
                                                                                            What if we’ve been looking at this the wrong way? What if it’s really monkeys fucking dudes? Could there be troops of rapist monkeys out there running trains on poor unsuspecting dudes in the jungles of Africa? I mean, it is Africa after all, anything is possible there. Food for thought.

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                                                                                              #47
                                                                                              Originally posted by SoonerKA1999 View Post

                                                                                              Sounds like they need to stop fucking each other in the butt. See my post The Press Box They've already tied the transmission of the cases in Spain and Portugal to a LGBT Fetish rave that happened in Spain a few weeks ago.

                                                                                              This is the one weatherchick should be concerned with.

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                                                                                                #48
                                                                                                https://www.foxbusiness.com/healthca...eypox-vaccines

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                                                                                                  #49
                                                                                                  Originally posted by SoonerKA1999 View Post

                                                                                                  Sounds like they need to stop fucking each other in the butt. See my post 37They've already tied the transmission of the cases in Spain and Portugal to a LGBT Fetish rave that happened in Spain a few weeks ago.
                                                                                                  Is that really the cause of this or are you just being facetious?

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                                                                                                    #50
                                                                                                    Originally posted by SiggyPoke View Post

                                                                                                    Is that really the cause of this or are you just being facetious?
                                                                                                    That's what's being reported. The 30+ cases in Portugal and Spain were directly tied to some fetish rave that happened in Spain a few weeks ago.

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