The extremely rare monkeypox virus shows up, but the vaccine is already ready: 'I suddenly have a déjà vu'

The extremely rare monkey pox virus is on the rise in Europe. Dozens of cases have been reported in Spain and Portugal and the number of infections in Britain has risen to seven. The first case has also been reported in the United States and Sweden . Virologist Marion Koopmans 'is beginning to worry' about the outbreaks.

“We have occasionally seen imported cases in the past, but normally they didn't spread further,” she said. “Now, however, new cases have been discovered in several countries. That is very unusual.”

The World Health Organization (WHO) calls monkeypox 'an emerging infectious disease'. Virologist Marc Van Ranst, who has been 'worried for years' about the virus, points out that the Bavarian Nordic company has a vaccine against both smallpox and monkeypox that was recently approved by the American drug authority FDA.

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The FDA approved the vaccine in September 2019 , just before corona. The US government has purchased 13 million of these vaccines . Publicist and lawyer Sietske Bergsma responds: “Monkeypox in the newspaper in the morning, a vaccine in the afternoon. Love science!”

Then there is another remarkable thing. G7 health ministers will soon be training in Germany on a 'dangerous' virus outbreak . This time the smallpox virus or in English 'smallpox', the older brother of monkeypox. "But luckily the FDA is already ready to save us with a vaccine against smallpox," writes emeritus professor Wouter Keller.

What are they up to?
“I suddenly have a déjà vu, with the pandemic exercise Event 201 in 2019 and immediately after there was the corona virus. The next pandemic exercise is coming soon. What are they up to?” asks artist and ex-nurse Marga Bult.

In November last year, billionaire Bill Gates warned of bioterror and called on world leaders to prepare for it with what he calls "germ games." So exercises. Gates said governments should be prepared for future pandemics and – very specifically – smallpox terror attacks by investing billions in research.

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The extremely rare monkeypox virus shows up, but the vaccine is already ready: 'I suddenly have a déjà vu' The extremely rare monkey pox virus is on the rise in Europe. Dozens of cases have been reported in Spain and Portugal and the number of infections in Britain has risen to seven. The first case has also been reported in the United States and Sweden . Virologist Marion Koopmans 'is beginning to worry' about the outbreaks. “We have occasionally seen imported cases in the past, but normally they didn't spread further,” she said. “Now, however, new cases have been discovered in several countries. That is very unusual.” The World Health Organization (WHO) calls monkeypox 'an emerging infectious disease'. Virologist Marc Van Ranst, who has been 'worried for years' about the virus, points out that the Bavarian Nordic company has a vaccine against both smallpox and monkeypox that was recently approved by the American drug authority FDA. love science The FDA approved the vaccine in September 2019 , just before corona. The US government has purchased 13 million of these vaccines . Publicist and lawyer Sietske Bergsma responds: “Monkeypox in the newspaper in the morning, a vaccine in the afternoon. Love science!” Then there is another remarkable thing. G7 health ministers will soon be training in Germany on a 'dangerous' virus outbreak . This time the smallpox virus or in English 'smallpox', the older brother of monkeypox. "But luckily the FDA is already ready to save us with a vaccine against smallpox," writes emeritus professor Wouter Keller. What are they up to? “I suddenly have a déjà vu, with the pandemic exercise Event 201 in 2019 and immediately after there was the corona virus. The next pandemic exercise is coming soon. What are they up to?” asks artist and ex-nurse Marga Bult. In November last year, billionaire Bill Gates warned of bioterror and called on world leaders to prepare for it with what he calls "germ games." So exercises. Gates said governments should be prepared for future pandemics and – very specifically – smallpox terror attacks by investing billions in research. https://www.ninefornews.nl/het-uiterst-zeldzame-apenpokkenvirus-duikt-op-maar-het-vaccin-ligt-al-klaar-ik-heb-ineens-een-deja-vu/#
Het uiterst zeldzame apenpokkenvirus duikt op, maar het vaccin ligt al klaar: ‘Ik heb ineens een déjà vu’
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