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In reply to @DrEricDing
9) and yes, the monkeypox responds to the smallpox vaccine because they are cousin viruses. But almost nobody <age 45 in Western countries have the vaccine anymore, unless you were born in developing countries until the 1980s. It’s not widely available —but govt has stockpiles.
Replying to @DrEricDing
10) here is the source of the WHO emergency meeting. telegraph.co.uk/news/2022/05/2…
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
8) there’s some weird anecdotes and propaganda running around that it’s mostly an epidemic in LGBT men. That’s not justified yet. Often LGBT communities do more TESTING of rashes because of prevalence of other STDs. Thus finding more monkeypox could be just more testing in LGBT.
Replying to @DrEricDing
9) and yes, the monkeypox responds to the smallpox vaccine because they are cousin viruses. But almost nobody <age 45 in Western countries have the vaccine anymore, unless you were born in developing countries until the 1980s. It’s not widely available —but govt has stockpiles.
In reply to @DrEricDing
8) And yes, the smallpox vaccine is up to 85% effective against Monkeypox. But most adults in developed countries that are under age 50 don’t have the smallpox vaccine. And while you can get it if infected, it needs to be within 4 days optimally. pic.twitter.com/htgOM4JMr5
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
is there any extra precaution to start taking now?
Replying to @MonicaLewinsky @WHO
There is a vaccine - the old smallpox vaccine, if you can find it - because it’s mostly stored away in govt stockpiles though.
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
7) Besides droplets (and maybe/likely aerosols), direct contact with the #monkeypox scabs is contagious too, but much less so, traditionally, says CDC. CDC says respiratory secretions is more infectious. Soooo… mask anyone???
Replying to @DrEricDing
8) there’s some weird anecdotes and propaganda running around that it’s mostly an epidemic in LGBT men. That’s not justified yet. Often LGBT communities do more TESTING of rashes because of prevalence of other STDs. Thus finding more monkeypox could be just more testing in LGBT.
In reply to @DrEricDing
4) I don’t know what to make of all the reports implying LGBT / sexual health clinic spread—it could just be those clinics are more vigilant about new pathogens. I don’t think it’s fair to imply something LGBT whenever STD clinics have high screening. statnews.com/2022/05/18/spa… pic.twitter.com/XZDGLnBHkd
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
6) To be clear, there’s 2 traditional #monkeypox clades (families). One from Congo has 10% CFR, and one from west Africa has 1% CFR. UK 🇬🇧 data shows its cases so far is the West Africa strain. But this is still higher than COVID’s 0.6% CFR in 2020. Be cautious.
Replying to @DrEricDing
7) Besides droplets (and maybe/likely aerosols), direct contact with the #monkeypox scabs is contagious too, but much less so, traditionally, says CDC. CDC says respiratory secretions is more infectious. Soooo… mask anyone???
In reply to @DrEricDing
11) Also for smallpox, Cdc said “Transmission via contact with material from the smallpox pustules or crusted scabs can also occur. Scabs are **much less infectious than respiratory secretions**, though”. Let’s hope monkeypox is less infectious. But let’s be PRECAUTIONARY first.
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
5) And yes there is some limited evidence it could be airborne. Most experts say monkeypox is not very airborne if at all, traditionally. But clearly it is possible. And the new faster spread seen worldwide suggests it could be. Let’s PLAY IT SAFE and be more precautionary!
Replying to @DrEricDing
6) To be clear, there’s 2 traditional #monkeypox clades (families). One from Congo has 10% CFR, and one from west Africa has 1% CFR. UK 🇬🇧 data shows its cases so far is the West Africa strain. But this is still higher than COVID’s 0.6% CFR in 2020. Be cautious.
In reply to @DrEricDing
14) To be clear (STAT News wasn’t), there are 2 #monkeypox clades strains—West African strain has a 1% case fatality ratio, while Congo Basin strain is up to 10% fatality. Nigeria usually has West African strain, so fingers crossed. But 1% is still bad. And it can harm fetuses! pic.twitter.com/3pn5OiAr1f
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
4) the new case in France 🇫🇷 (Paris region) is entirely from someone without recent travel history — ergo community transmission. This implies it’s been spreading widely already. Given reports all over Europe - we have to assume it’s become widespread across Europe now.
Replying to @DrEricDing
5) And yes there is some limited evidence it could be airborne. Most experts say monkeypox is not very airborne if at all, traditionally. But clearly it is possible. And the new faster spread seen worldwide suggests it could be. Let’s PLAY IT SAFE and be more precautionary!
Crap—Monkeypox is likely aerosol airborne. Study indicates monkeypox is aerosol stable for up to 90 HOURS and remain infective during that time. I pray we’ve learned our lesson with #COVIDisAirborne and don’t repeat the droplet vs airborne 2 year nonsense. ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/P… pic.twitter.com/gjFv4FXndN
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
3) I’m seeing a lot of people (including experts) downplaying monkeypox simply because past outbreaks have always been small outside of Africa. But we need to learn humility. This sudden simultaneous global multiple country epidemic is NOT NORMAL. Let’s be precautious!
Replying to @DrEricDing
4) the new case in France 🇫🇷 (Paris region) is entirely from someone without recent travel history — ergo community transmission. This implies it’s been spreading widely already. Given reports all over Europe - we have to assume it’s become widespread across Europe now.
In reply to @DrEricDing
28) Again, this French confirmed #monkeypox case in a 29 year old with no travel history to any other country with existing cases is worrisome. I think the cat is now out of the bag that monkeypox is all over Europe probably.
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
is there any extra precaution to start taking now?
Replying to @MonicaLewinsky @WHO
Mask wearing probably good since droplets and likely aerosols known to carry it besides direct contact. Traditionally its less airborne but with the new transmission pattern, unclear anymore.
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
This is no monkey business. #monkeypox surge in the past week alone has been astronomical for a traditionally very rare disease. For example, UK cases have doubled overnight form 9 to 20. The @WHO needs to declare a PHEIC asap.
Replying to @DrEricDing
3) I’m seeing a lot of people (including experts) downplaying monkeypox simply because past outbreaks have always been small outside of Africa. But we need to learn humility. This sudden simultaneous global multiple country epidemic is NOT NORMAL. Let’s be precautious!
A good summary article on #monkeypox so far. But a lot of what we know is based on older outbreaks. ➡️“We can’t use what happened with previous monkeypox outbreaks to make sweeping statements. If we’ve learned anything from COVID, it’s to have humility.”
theatlantic.com/health/archive… pic.twitter.com/8jRM9AUqv6
 
BREAKING—the @WHO to convene emergency meeting of expert group due to #monkeypox outbreak to discuss declaring a PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY OF INTERNATIONAL CONCERN (PHEIC). The #SARSCoV2 had received an PHEIC alert in late January 2020.
Replying to @DrEricDing
This is no monkey business. #monkeypox surge in the past week alone has been astronomical for a traditionally very rare disease. For example, UK cases have doubled overnight form 9 to 20. The @WHO needs to declare a PHEIC asap.
⚠️MONKEYPOX confirmed cases warrant a PHEIC alert soon by @WHO

Portugal🇵🇹 34
Spain🇪🇸 32
Canada🇨🇦 2
United Kingdom🇬🇧 20
Italy🇮🇹 3
Belgium🇧🇪 3
United States🇺🇸 2
Australia🇦🇺 2
Sweden🇸🇪 1
Germany 🇩🇪 1
France🇫🇷 1

Data: ilpandacentrostudio.it/uk.html (tab "MonkeyPox") by @Antonio_Caramia pic.twitter.com/53JiSIwkYs
 
⚠️MONKEYPOX confirmed cases warrant a PHEIC alert soon by @WHO

Portugal🇵🇹 34
Spain🇪🇸 32
Canada🇨🇦 2
United Kingdom🇬🇧 20
Italy🇮🇹 3
Belgium🇧🇪 3
United States🇺🇸 2
Australia🇦🇺 2
Sweden🇸🇪 1
Germany 🇩🇪 1
France🇫🇷 1

Data: ilpandacentrostudio.it/uk.html (tab "MonkeyPox") by @Antonio_Caramia
 
BREAKING—the @WHO to convene emergency meeting of expert group due to #monkeypox outbreak to discuss declaring a PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY OF INTERNATIONAL CONCERN (PHEIC). The #SARSCoV2 had received an PHEIC alert in late January 2020.
 
📍Bad news for unvaccinated / good for vaxxed—#Omicron infection in unvaccinated does *NOT* appear to provide effective immunity against other #SARSCoV2 variants, ➡️but vaccinated who got later infected with Omicron did show some immunity against variants. nature.com/articles/s4158…
 
A good summary article on #monkeypox so far. But a lot of what we know is based on older outbreaks. ➡️“We can’t use what happened with previous monkeypox outbreaks to make sweeping statements. If we’ve learned anything from COVID, it’s to have humility.”
theatlantic.com/health/archive… pic.twitter.com/8jRM9AUqv6
Replying to @DrEricDing
2) shit. #monkeypox confirmed cases have doubled in UK overnight. This is not normal.
BREAKING: 11 more people in the UK test positive for monkeypox, raising total to 20 bnonews.com/monkeypox/
 
Eric Feigl-Ding Retweeted ·  
i am going to lose it
 
In reply to @Antonio_Caramia
Is there any genetic analysis out yet?
Yes I saw one on virological this morning. It’s a first draft so I’m holding off and waiting.
 
Eric Feigl-Ding Retweeted ·  
In reply to @DrEricDing
Nigéria, were this disease is endemic, has 2 cases in the first two months 2022. Last week, 20+ cases in 8 countrys. That's not normal.
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
28) Again, this French confirmed #monkeypox case in a 29 year old with no travel history to any other country with existing cases is worrisome. I think the cat is now out of the bag that monkeypox is all over Europe probably.
Replying to @DrEricDing
29) Folks- I know a lot of past monkeypox data shows it’s less transmissible. But have we seen a simultaneous multi country outbreak of monkeypox like of the degree of the past week before? No. Something is different. Something has changed with the virus. Let’s be precautious. 🙏
A good summary article on #monkeypox so far. But a lot of what we know is based on older outbreaks. ➡️“We can’t use what happened with previous monkeypox outbreaks to make sweeping statements. If we’ve learned anything from COVID, it’s to have humility.”
theatlantic.com/health/archive… pic.twitter.com/8jRM9AUqv6
 
A good summary article on #monkeypox so far. But a lot of what we know is based on older outbreaks. ➡️“We can’t use what happened with previous monkeypox outbreaks to make sweeping statements. If we’ve learned anything from COVID, it’s to have humility.”
theatlantic.com/health/archive…
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
27) ZERO TRAVEL HISTORY— first #monkeypox case in France (capital region) also identified. But this person having no travel history is worrisome. It means community transmission has already set in somewhere in clusters, and we are now finding secondary. liberation.fr/societe/sante/…
Replying to @DrEricDing
28) Again, this French confirmed #monkeypox case in a 29 year old with no travel history to any other country with existing cases is worrisome. I think the cat is now out of the bag that monkeypox is all over Europe probably.
In reply to @afpfr
Il s’agit d’un homme de 29 ans sans antécédent de voyage dans un pays où circule le virus, ont précisé les autorités sanitaires. Dès la suspicion de son infection, cette personne a été prise en charge et en l’absence de gravité, est isolée à son domicile #AFP
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
26) And yes, the monkeypox in Australia has now been “confirmed” in multiple cities- Melbourne and Sydney. This is not normal for a supposedly rare virus from Africa that normally only affects single digit cases outside Africa worldwide. abc.net.au/news/2022-05-2…
Replying to @DrEricDing
27) ZERO TRAVEL HISTORY— first #monkeypox case in France (capital region) also identified. But this person having no travel history is worrisome. It means community transmission has already set in somewhere in clusters, and we are now finding secondary. liberation.fr/societe/sante/…
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
25) Australia now has its first case of #monkeypox too. Generally if international travelers are seeing it so quickly, it must be getting more and more prevalent in the country in which someone flew from. This makes me worry about the extend in Europe already.
Replying to @DrEricDing
26) And yes, the monkeypox in Australia has now been “confirmed” in multiple cities- Melbourne and Sydney. This is not normal for a supposedly rare virus from Africa that normally only affects single digit cases outside Africa worldwide. abc.net.au/news/2022-05-2…
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
24) Belgium’s first monkeypox case now confirmed too. The spouse of the case also showing symptoms and suspected of having it now too. vrt.be/vrtnws/nl/2022…
Replying to @DrEricDing
25) Australia now has its first case of #monkeypox too. Generally if international travelers are seeing it so quickly, it must be getting more and more prevalent in the country in which someone flew from. This makes me worry about the extend in Europe already.
#Breaking: A likely case of monkeypox has been detected in Sydney.

A traveller in his 40s who recently returned from Europe developed a mild illness several days after touching down in Australia, NSW Health says. pic.twitter.com/bu9r06VWsM
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
23) there are now 7 countries with confirmed #monkeypox cases outside of Africa. Expect this to grow soon even more. The long incubation time of 12 and sometimes 21 days will make case identification slower. Dashboard below:
Replying to @DrEricDing
24) Belgium’s first monkeypox case now confirmed too. The spouse of the case also showing symptoms and suspected of having it now too. vrt.be/vrtnws/nl/2022…
 
Eric Feigl-Ding Retweeted ·  
"Do we never learn to follow new data?"

No. No, we don't. 🤦‍♂️
 
Eric Feigl-Ding Retweeted ·  
MONKEYPOX global outbreak of cases: 75

📌Countries outside Africa where confirmed: 7

🔴 33 confirmed cases
🟡 42 suspected cases

All data visualizations are available on this dashboard: ilpandacentrostudio.it/uk.html (tab "#Monkeypox") by @Antonio_Caramia
 
📍Choice of 2 paths — Taiwan gave up and let COVID rip. Mainland China did not give up, at the price of some freedom. But the deaths in Taiwan speak for themselves. ➡️So what is the price of FREEDOM:DEATH exchange rate? Freedom of how many worth 1 death? 🤔

HT @DrWilliamKu pic.twitter.com/6IWbnEhUzS
Replying to @DrEricDing
2) let’s skip China/Taiwan for a sec and look at Japan 🇯🇵— Japan did this without any lockdowns. But they did follow the science, and had good social adherence and respect for others.
Despite all the arrogance of the West, we got Covid wrong. We are still getting Covid wrong.

Time to look East, at those thriving while "Living with Covid"

Japan: no lockdowns, no excess mortality, better economic performance, and more socialising...
🧵 pic.twitter.com/LupH1ItD5C
 
Eric Feigl-Ding Retweeted ·  
If you got Paxlovid for COVID did you have a rebound infection?
 
📍Choice of 2 paths — Taiwan gave up and let COVID rip. Mainland China did not give up, at the price of some freedom. But the deaths in Taiwan speak for themselves. ➡️So what is the price of FREEDOM:DEATH exchange rate? Freedom of how many worth 1 death? 🤔

HT @DrWilliamKu
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
2) just look at how fast monkeypox has spread in just a few days. Monkeypox usually is EXTREMELY rare. That’s why the CDC is really worried about this surge because it is so unusual. Yet I see people saying it’s nothing, just like the flu. Do we never learn to follow new data?
Replying to @DrEricDing
3) If the NYC strain came from UK, then it’s probably the 1% CFR mortality West Africa strain instead of the 10% Congo strain. But 1% CFR is higher than COVID’s 0.6% CFR measured in 2020. There is a smallpox vaccine that works, but problem is most under 45 don’t have it. See 🧵
MONKEYPOX outbreak in UK, Portugal, Spain—CDC is very worried about transmission & warning that the UK outbreak could spread—Portugal & Spain also likely outbreak. #Monkeypox is fatal in ~1 in 10 cases, with severe disease & death more likely among kids.🧵
statnews.com/2022/05/17/cdc… pic.twitter.com/FF2R31DJ0i
 
Eric Feigl-Ding Retweeted ·  
Hey @NYCMayor @ericadamsfornyc Masks can help stop the spread of Monkeypox. How about getting ahead of this one? We need better leadership from you. Mask mandates now.
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
Oh no. I'm unfamiliar with #monkeypox. Gotta read up. Ty for heads up.
Replying to @changemustcome7
Read full thread here
MONKEYPOX outbreak in UK, Portugal, Spain—CDC is very worried about transmission & warning that the UK outbreak could spread—Portugal & Spain also likely outbreak. #Monkeypox is fatal in ~1 in 10 cases, with severe disease & death more likely among kids.🧵
statnews.com/2022/05/17/cdc… pic.twitter.com/FF2R31DJ0i
 
Monkeypox suspected now in NYC. Boston and New York are almost always our early bell-weathers for epidemics seeded from Europe. Boston had a confirmed #monkeypox yesterday and NYC now has a new suspected case. I’ve seen this pattern before. Hmmm.
Replying to @DrEricDing
2) just look at how fast monkeypox has spread in just a few days. Monkeypox usually is EXTREMELY rare. That’s why the CDC is really worried about this surge because it is so unusual. Yet I see people saying it’s nothing, just like the flu. Do we never learn to follow new data?
MONKEYPOX global outbreak of cases: 75

📌Countries outside Africa where confirmed: 7

🔴 33 confirmed cases
🟡 42 suspected cases

All data visualizations are available on this dashboard: ilpandacentrostudio.it/uk.html (tab "#Monkeypox") by @Antonio_Caramia pic.twitter.com/w4AxhcHB7p
 
Monkeypox suspected now in NYC. Boston and New York are almost always our early bell-weathers for epidemics seeded from Europe. Boston had a confirmed #monkeypox yesterday and NYC now has a new suspected case. I’ve seen this pattern before. Hmmm.
We are investigating a possible case of monkeypox in NYC. The patient is being cared for at @BellevueHosp. Our Public Health Lab will conduct preliminary tests, which — if positive — will be sent to @CDCgov for confirmatory testing.
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
2) This is monkeypox (a typical case), for those who need a visual. Hope the anti maskers will take a virus that gives boils on their faces and bodies more seriously?
Replying to @DrEricDing
3) Monkeypox is more severe in kids. Also there is a 10% CFR strain and a 1% strain. While the UK monkeypox cases seem to the 1% CFR strain, that’s still very high.
MONKEYPOX outbreak in UK, Portugal, Spain—CDC is very worried about transmission & warning that the UK outbreak could spread—Portugal & Spain also likely outbreak. #Monkeypox is fatal in ~1 in 10 cases, with severe disease & death more likely among kids.🧵
statnews.com/2022/05/17/cdc… pic.twitter.com/FF2R31DJ0i
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
I wish you could see how many suspected and confirmed in each country. For eg, I think the 17 in Canada are not all confirmed?
14 confirmed so far in Canada I just ran. But it’s coming. Maybe @Antonio_Caramia can upgrade his dashboard splitting suspected from confirmed.
 
MONKEYPOX global outbreak of cases: 75

📌Countries outside Africa where confirmed: 7

🔴 33 confirmed cases
🟡 42 suspected cases

All data visualizations are available on this dashboard: ilpandacentrostudio.it/uk.html (tab "#Monkeypox") by @Antonio_Caramia pic.twitter.com/w4AxhcHB7p
Replying to @DrEricDing
2) This is monkeypox (a typical case), for those who need a visual. Hope the anti maskers will take a virus that gives boils on their faces and bodies more seriously?
This is a child with monkeypox, a cousin of smallpox. I hope the anti-maskers and “natural immunity” crowd take the virus seriously. Whether it’s the 10% CFR Congo strain or 1% CFR West African #monkeypox strain, both no joke.

Good read:
pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pn… pic.twitter.com/17NxHbfufM
 
In reply to @sickofstupid12
“Suspected but unconfirmed” - at this point.
Replying to @jodyvance @sickofstupid12 and 1 otherfalse
Well yes, “suspected” but the symptoms are very unique so lab confirmation is likely.
 
Eric Feigl-Ding Retweeted ·  
This is a child with monkeypox, a cousin of smallpox. I hope the anti-maskers and “natural immunity” crowd take the virus seriously. Whether it’s the 10% CFR Congo strain or 1% CFR West African #monkeypox strain, both no joke.

Good read:
pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pn…
 
NEW—Scientific advisers to the CDC has now recommended a booster dose of the Pfizer vaccine for children ages 5 to 11. @CDCDirector is expected to sign off quickly. Children in this age group would then be able to begin receiving booster doses immediately.
nytimes.com/2022/05/19/hea…
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
25) ANOTHER COUNTRY— Sweden now also has its first confirmed monkeypox case. It’s spreading fast to more and more countries as we realize it’s spread everywhere during its long incubation time.
Replying to @DrEricDing
23) there are now 7 countries with confirmed #monkeypox cases outside of Africa. Expect this to grow soon even more. The long incubation time of 12 and sometimes 21 days will make case identification slower. Dashboard below:
MONKEYPOX global outbreak of cases: 75

📌Countries outside Africa where confirmed: 7

🔴 33 confirmed cases
🟡 42 suspected cases

All data visualizations are available on this dashboard: ilpandacentrostudio.it/uk.html (tab "#Monkeypox") by @Antonio_Caramia pic.twitter.com/w4AxhcHB7p
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
5) The study (top of the thread with the photo) was written by one of the foremost expert teams on monkeypox in the world. Dr @arimoin is one of the foremost experts on monkeypox, and lead author of the study. This outbreak is serious. Follow her.
Replying to @DrEricDing
6) Updated dashboard of global #monkeypox cases:
MONKEYPOX global outbreak of cases: 75

📌Countries outside Africa where confirmed: 7

🔴 33 confirmed cases
🟡 42 suspected cases

All data visualizations are available on this dashboard: ilpandacentrostudio.it/uk.html (tab "#Monkeypox") by @Antonio_Caramia pic.twitter.com/w4AxhcHB7p
 
MONKEYPOX global outbreak of cases: 75

📌Countries outside Africa where confirmed: 7

🔴 33 confirmed cases
🟡 42 suspected cases

All data visualizations are available on this dashboard: ilpandacentrostudio.it/uk.html (tab "#Monkeypox") by @Antonio_Caramia
 
In reply to @itsokaytoplay
.@CNN had a medical pundit on this A.M. say that it is only spread by droplets and fluids. He also said that it is historically rare. No mention of issues with immunity; or the fact that it usually has an R0 of 2.
Replying to @bledwine @itsokaytoplay and 2 others
That person is a dinosaur. Some doctors / scientists don’t update their knowledge with new info. That’s a huge problem with even many doctors who aren’t news/info pipeline savvy.
 
Virginia’s health department to retire more COVID-19 dashboards, including cases by date reported dailypress.com/coronavirus/vp…
Replying to @VAPolitical
What trash move by Youngkin admin to endanger public health.
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
24) UPDATE— Italy 🇮🇹 now reports its first confirmed cases of #monkeypox now too in a person who returned from a trip to the Canary Islands. HT @Antonio_Caramia huffingtonpost.it/cronaca/2022/0…
Replying to @DrEricDing
25) ANOTHER COUNTRY— Sweden now also has its first confirmed monkeypox case. It’s spreading fast to more and more countries as we realize it’s spread everywhere during its long incubation time.
BREAKING: Sweden reports first confirmed case of monkeypox
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
4) Here is a fuller thread 🧵 below on monkeypox. The good news is the smallpox vaccine works well against monkeypox. The bad news is mostly people under age 45 don’t have the smallpox vaccine. And elderly who do need booster shot, and we don’t have much supply.
Replying to @DrEricDing
5) The study (top of the thread with the photo) was written by one of the foremost expert teams on monkeypox in the world. Dr @arimoin is one of the foremost experts on monkeypox, and lead author of the study. This outbreak is serious. Follow her.
My @UCLADRC team and I have been working with colleagues at @inrb_kinshasa, @esp_unikin #DRC MoH and many terrific collaborators for 2 decades on human #monkeypox and the impact of waning vaccine induced immunity. See relevant 2010 #PNAS paper. pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pn…
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
23) a picture is worth a thousand words… and since most people have never seen or heard of monkeypox before… a small visual aid.
Replying to @DrEricDing
24) UPDATE— Italy 🇮🇹 now reports its first confirmed cases of #monkeypox now too in a person who returned from a trip to the Canary Islands. HT @Antonio_Caramia huffingtonpost.it/cronaca/2022/0…
Lo Spallanzani identifica il primo caso in Italia di vaiolo delle scimmie
huffingtonpost.it
 
In reply to @DrEricDing
What does this have to do with smallpox and "natural immunity" crowd? Please connect the dots. Smallpox is not monkey pox. Covid is not monkey pox? This is weird
Replying to @VeganMarine_
Read the thread and posts.
 
 
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