Monkeypox Vaccine Stockpiles Depleting As Demand Surges

Some things never change, and some people never learn their lesson, no matter how badly things may turn out and that is very evident as stockpiles of monkeypox vaccine outstrips supply as demand surges.

First identified in Spain and spread through homosexual activities at an orgy rave, monkeypox made an appearance off the continent of Africa, for the first time in history – this coming after Bill Gates had randomly warned the world of a monkeypox pandemic and used a simulation featuring the virus, to show us peasants how it would wipe out humanity.

It is no secret at this point that there are people who want to cause great harm to everyone on the planet – as crazy as that sounds, the fact is they are already and have already been killing us slowly for decades now.

After the vaccines became thin, New York Health Commissioner Ashwin Vasan posted on Twitter on July 7, “A sincere apology for the technical difficulties our vendor [Medrite] experienced with today’s monkeypox vaccine appointment rollout. We pledge to do better in the days and weeks ahead.” 

The Biden administration is finding itself scrambling to find an additional 144,000 doses of the monkeypox vaccine to meet demand, this after the Biden administration had already begun to stockpile vaccines since last year and possibly even earlier than that – there always seems to be at least a year’s lead up.

Since the fear mongering over monkeypox began, nearly 41,000 doses of the Jynneos vaccine have been distributed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the national government to states from the national stockpile.

“We are using every tool we have to increase and accelerate Jynneos vaccine availability in jurisdictions that need them the most,” Steve Adams, director of the Strategic National Stockpile, said in a news release.

Adams added that around 200,000 Jynneos vaccine doses will be available in high transmission communities in about 10 days’ time.

Natural News reported:

Monkeypox, a viral zoonotic disease, caused by the monkeypox virus, is recognized as the most significant orthopoxviral infection after the eradication of smallpox. The current outbreak is mostly among gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men, but anyone can get and spread monkeypox, the Health Department said. 

As of July 11, 223 people in New York have tested positive for orthopoxvirus, and all cases are likely monkeypox. That is up from 111 cases on July 5 and more than quadruple the number from a week before that.

The government has ordered another 2.5 million doses of the vaccine for future monkeypox outbreaks and in case of smallpox outbreaks. These doses are expected to arrive in the stockpile in early 2023.

Let the paranoia amongst the masses commence.

4 thoughts on “Monkeypox Vaccine Stockpiles Depleting As Demand Surges”

  1. Monkeypox will be the new SCAMdemic. And B.G. & the DEMONrats can all go kiss a duck. I didn’t fall for the 1st SCAMdemic & I surely am NOT falling for the next PLANdemic. This IS the USA & I AM FREE & will ALWAYS BE FREE.

  2. I wonder if Monkeypox is just another name for HIV. I learned that the jab had HIV inserted in the formula.

  3. i work all over the world and people in the U.S. have no idea what other countries are saying about us. i am in the middle East and I had no argument because he is basically correct. He said we should change our national anthem from the land of the free and the home of the brave to the land of debauchery and the home of the pedophile!

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