Monkeypox Cases Drop By 21%: Will WHO Remove Its Pandemic Rating?

In this August 25, 2022 article published by The Associated Press, we learn that the number of monkeypox cases has dropped by 21% globally. This, according to the report, is the first time that monkeypox cases have declined in over a month.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), this could be a signal that the outbreak is starting to decline.

Editor’s Note: Monkeypox cases may have dropped significantly, but the WHO has made no indication of lifting the global emergency it raised in July 2022 [see WHO Declares Monkeypox Pandemic Against Independent Panel Advice].

What is WHO’s Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus waiting for before he removes the alarm he raised? Is he waiting to release new experimental vaccines for monkeypox? [See WHO Official: Everyone Who Gets Monkeypox Vaccine Is Part Of A Clinical Trial].

Or are they keeping the monkeypox fear alive, because they need it to keep societies in control [read Fauci Repeats Playbook, Begins Monkeypox Fear-Mongering]?

Read Original Article

Read Online

Click the button below if you wish to read the article on the website where it was originally published.

Read Offline

Click the button below if you wish to read the article offline.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *