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After an outbreak of monkeypox, a viral infection similar to smallpox, began last week, almost 200 cases have been reported across more than 20 countries, according to the World Health Organisation. The Associated Press noted that this number seems likely an undercount, though. Meanwhile, various health professionals and officials continue to dispute the cause of the virus. Doctors in the UK, Spain, Portugal, Canada, the US. and elsewhere have noted that the majority of infections to date have been in gay and bisexual men. But earlier this week, the WHO stressed that monkeypox is “not a gay disease“. Andy Seale, from […]

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200 cases… So what? Dengue fever is rapidly becoming a huge problem in many countries, including Thailand. But don’t tell anybody, because the government may have a mosquito lockdown which would destroy the mosquito economy 😂🤣

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Here we go again.

Give it a rest WHO and the media. This is less of a risk than crossing the road.

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" it's not a gay disease " Righto it's is happy disease then.

Those hands in the photo are going to become arthritic with age.

 

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