A World Health Organization (WHO) official admitted on Saturday that individuals who received the monkeypox vaccine are considered to be part of a “clinical study” for the purpose of data collecting so that researchers can learn more about the “effectiveness of the vaccine.”
Is that right?
Unlike the COVID-19 mRNA gene therapies, the WHO admits the monkeypox vaccine is a medical experiment and recipients are guinea pigs.
To be clear, the monkeypox vaccine is the smallpox vaccine.
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Let’s not forget Dr. Anthony Fraudci relayed these prior concerns about the smallpox vaccine.
On Saturday, the WHO conducted a media briefing with Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and experts to discuss the Monkeypox outbreak.
Via The Gateway Pundit:
Tim Nguyen, the Unit Head of Global Infectious Hazards Preparedness at the World Health Organization Emergency Programme, said that the vaccine efficacy is yet unknown since it has never been used on this scale before.
“I would like to underline one thing that is very important to WHO. We do have uncertainty around the effectiveness of these vaccines because they haven’t been used in this context and in this scale before,” Tim Nguyen stressed.
Nguyen warned that anyone who received the Monkeypox vaccination is technically participating in a “clinical trial” to determine the vaccine’s efficacy.
“And therefore, when these vaccines are being delivered, that they are delivered in the context of clinical trial studies and prospectively collecting this data to increase our understanding of the effectiveness of these vaccines,” he said.
🚩JUST-IN W.H.O. warns anyone who receives a MonkeyPox vaccine is considered to be part of a clinical trial for data collection so they can learn more about the effectiveness.
WHO also reaffirms “Men who have sex with Men” are the most at-risk by the virus. pic.twitter.com/e3x7ZZtjNr
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The WHO also declared the monkeypox outbreak a global health emergency on Saturday.
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According to reports, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus unilaterally overruled the WHO’s expert panel.
The committee voted AGAINST the declaration by a vote of 8-6.
MORE – Director-General Tedros and WHO leadership overruled a panel of advisers who voted against the #monkeypox declaration (8 against and 6 in favor).
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🚨 WHO's own expert panel voted 9–6 AGAINST emergency declaration for monkeypox.
WHO chief overruled the panel and decided to declare emergency 🤡 pic.twitter.com/tcm2U0eiTy
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Two sources told Reuters that members of an expert committee were split on the decision, but the responsibility for making the final decision rests with the director-general Tedros.
New York City was declared the epicenter of the US monkeypox outbreak, and the Biden Regime intends to ship additional monkeypox vaccine doses.
“The NY Health Department announced plans for its next allocation of the JYNNEOS vaccine.” NYC Health Department said in a statement.
Approximately 26,000 additional doses were delivered to New York City as part of Phase 2b from the federal government and state, and will be distributed via clinics, mass vaccination sites and community-based referrals. Individuals will be able to book appointments for July 24 through August 13.
“The Health Department is moving quickly to distribute as many vaccine doses as we can in the most equitable way possible,” said Health Commissioner Dr. Ashwin Vasan. “With cases rising, it’s clear that there is a great need for more vaccine in New York City, and we are working with our federal partners to obtain more doses.”
Of the 25,963 doses, 17,000 will open for public appointments tomorrow, July 22. These appointments will be for vaccination at the Chelsea, East Harlem and Corona sexual health clinics operated by the Health Department. In addition, appointments will open at Gotham Health, Vanderbilt on Staten Island and Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx, which are operated by NYC Health + Hospitals. From the pool of 17,000 appointments, 10,600 will be for vaccinations at three days of mass vaccination at sites across the city.