US Keeps Spending Money on Monkeypox Vaccines, Good Luck Getting Anyone to Roll Up a Sleeve

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    Monkeypox is not really a threat. Yes, there are more people around the world getting it than normal. However, the pox will typically clear up on its own within a week or so.

    The monkeypox outbreak is not even close to COVID. Yet, that’s what the government would love for us to believe. They’re just looking for another excuse to control the population…especially as we prepare for the midterm elections.

    Thousands of doses of the vaccine will be shipping to the United States soon now that federal health officials have completed their inspection of the overseas plant.

    The FDA says that this is an important step since there’s been a lot of frustration due to limited access to the two-dose vaccine. According to them, there are thousands of people in California, New York, and other parts of the country waiting and eager to get their shot.

    The federal government has purchased more than 1 million doses of the vaccine, which was produced by Bavarian Nordic in Denmark. Prior to being able to send the doses, however, the company said that an on-site FDA inspection was necessary.

    An FDA spokesperson recently announced that an “expedited” inspection was completed. “We do not expect any delay in vaccine availability due to this process.”

    According to state and local officials, the vaccine supplies are limited and can’t keep up with people who are seeking appointments.

    Seriously? Are there really THAT many people seeking out appointments? This sounds like the scare-tactic that was used during COVID. Hurry up…get your vaccine…everyone’s doing it.

    There are so many people in America who are hesitant to get any vaccine because of the COVID pandemic. At this point, there are more people getting sick from the rushed vaccine than from COVID itself.

    And there really isn’t enough to worry about with monkeypox. Sure, your body can get covered in pox and you could run a high fever. But the survival rate is extremely high.

    It’s not as if we see people breaking out all around us.

    Dr. Mary Foote of the New York City health department assures us that there are people out there willing to roll up a sleeve. “The demand has been very, very high – overwhelming, at this point. We just want to make it clear: If we have the vaccine, we can administer it. The critical issue here right now is supply.”

    Supposedly, there were so many people in NYC looking to schedule a vaccine for the jab that the website crashed.

    Excuse us for being non-believers, but this all seems to be a bit far-fetched right now.

    The CDC says that there have been 767 cases of Monkeypox – and New York has 153 cases – the most out of any state.

    There are 8.8 million people in the state.

    You do the math. We’re hardly in a situation where there’s an outbreak.

    And do you know the easiest way to make sure that you don’t get Monkeypox? Stay away from people who are infected. And you’ll know who those individuals are based on the large pox (lesions) that have spread across their bodies.

    Here’s another statistic. ABC News reports that most of the cases in the U.S. “have been among men who have sex with men, but health officials stress that anyone can get the disease.”

    New York activists (the loud, liberal ones) have been blasting the FDA for not moving quickly enough to complete the inspections and get more vaccines into the U.S.

    The U.S. is wasting money and using its typical scare tactics. You could roll up your sleeve for the jab or you could just not interact with people who have monkeypox. Sounds simple enough, right?

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