WHO Declares Monkeypox as a Global Health Emergency

On July 23rd, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus declared in Geneva that a rapidly spreading monkeypox outbreak in 75 countries and territories constituted a “global public health emergency”. This is the highest level of public health alert that WHO can issue, and the second time in two years that the WHO has initiated this special step, the previous one was during the outbreak of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) virus.

The WHO says, Monkeypox is spread mainly through close contact, resulting in flu-like symptoms and purulent skin lesions. At present, more than 16,000 confirmed cases and 5 deaths of monkeypox have been reported from 75 countries and territories. As of July 23rd, last year, nearly 3,000 monkeypox infections, including two children, had been recorded in the United States. The UK and Spain also had nearly 3,000 infections respectively.

Previously, Miles Guo revealed in a livestream that the outbreak of monkeypox is the ramification of CCP virus vaccine, and symptoms mostly occur in the genitals, anus or other lymph glands. Monkeypox is the same as the early days of the outbreak of CCP virus, under the manipulation of media and medical organizations. The CCP virus vaccine’s damage will far exceed than the virus itself, leading to economic recession, global food shortages, supply chain issue and massive deaths.

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