Fear propaganda is permeating in New York City yet again.
And hordes of sheeple are lining up for another injection to ward off the next ‘pandemic.’
“New York City’s health commissioner says the city is battling dueling pandemics after a low vaccine supply and slow testing apparatus haven’t been able to contain one of the largest-ever outbreaks of monkeypox,” NBC New York reported.
New York City's health commissioner says the city is battling dueling pandemics after a low vaccine supply and slow testing apparatus haven't been able to contain one of the largest-ever outbreaks of monkeypox. https://t.co/pFRIGypBNz
— NBC New York (@NBCNewYork) July 17, 2022
As NBC New York noted, the city opened monkeypox mass vaccination sites in all five boroughs.
Hoping to turn the tide and catch up to a virus that’s doubled its patient count in less than a week, the city used the latest vaccine delivery to open three mass vaccination sites on Sunday, for one day only. Those sites are located at:
- Aviation High School (45-30 36th Street in Queens)
- Bushwick Education (440 Irving Avenue in Brooklyn)
- Bronx High School of Science (75 W 205th Street in the Bronx)
After opening each of the mass vaccination sites, the city will have finally offered doses of the vaccine in all five boroughs. The initial rollout of shots started at a single clinic in Chelsea before a second location was opened in Harlem. Subsequent health clinics have been provided vaccine in Corona, Queens, and Staten Island.
“This is always a balance as we learned with COVID. We need to get shots in arms as quickly as possible, but we also need to ensure that equity is built in from the beginning and that’s what we’re trying to do now,” Health Commissioner Dr. Ashwin Vasan said from the Bronx site Sunday morning.
Eager recipients booked appointments online Friday evening for Sunday’s monkeypox mass vaccination drive.
9,200 slots filled up in a matter of 10 minutes.
About 4,000 additional doses will be made available through referrals by community partner organizations that serve high-risk patients.
As of July 15th, there were 490 confirmed orthopoxvirus/monkeypox cases in New York, with 461 in NYC, 16 in Westchester Cnty, 4 in Suffolk, 3 in Nassau, 1 in Sullivan, 1 in Chemung, 1 in Rockland, 1 in Erie, 1 in St. Lawrence & 1 in Monroe Cnty.
As of July 15, 490 confirmed orthopoxvirus/monkeypox cases have been identified, with 461 in NYC, 16 in Westchester Cnty, 4 in Suffolk, 3 in Nassau, 1 in Sullivan, 1 in Chemung, 1 in Rockland, 1 in Erie, 1 in St. Lawrence & 1 in Monroe Cnty. https://t.co/q5rpKkRY4A pic.twitter.com/fGNmT8ugDL
— NYSDOH (@HealthNYGov) July 15, 2022
Stay informed about monkeypox: learn about common symptoms, what typical monkeypox rashes look like, and how it spreads so you can protect yourself and your community. Our website is always updated with the latest information in New York State: https://t.co/Zw40KuEFOx pic.twitter.com/p5H6SEA4ZH
— NYSDOH (@HealthNYGov) July 16, 2022
“We need resources out here in the Bronx to be able to combat, attack monkeypox before it becomes a problem because as far as I’m concerned, the rate is insane,” Lu Espinal, a Norwood resident, said in the CBS report.
How much of a problem is monkeypox?
There have been zero reported deaths this year outside of Africa.
The World Health Organization reported two new deaths from monkeypox since its previous disease update on June 27, bringing the total to three since the start of the year and said the disease had spread to new areas.
Cases have shot up 77 percent since the last report to 6,027, the WHO said, with the bulk of them reported in the European region. However, all three deaths have been reported in Africa, the report showed.
Independent journalist Jordan Schachtel also stated, “there have been zero monkeypox deaths outside of Africa this year.”
Yet, NYC’s demand for the monkeypox shot far outweighs the federal government supply.
However, the Biden Administration is working overtime to ship millions of monkeypox vaccine doses to people begging with their rolled-up sleeves.
Jordan Schachtel writes:
In recent weeks, the U.S. government has quietly acquired a giant stash of monkeypox vaccines, ordering some 7 million doses since June.
Bavarian Nordic, which possesses the only FDA-approved shot, announced the news on its website over the weekend.
“The new order follows two previous orders from BARDA in June and July 2022 for 500,000 and 2.5 million doses respectively which, together with an order from BARDA in 2020 for 1.4 million doses, will bring the total deliveries in 2022 and 2023 to nearly 7 million doses,” reads a statement released Friday from the pharmaceutical outfit.
— V.Streifel (@streifel_v) July 17, 2022
Right on cue, Dr. Anthony Fraudci returned to primetime news to scaremonger.
Dr. Anthony Fauci on Monkeypox
Source: ABC News pic.twitter.com/mQ8poGfTLw
— Wittgenstein (@backtolife_2023) July 15, 2022