Sunday, August 28, 2022

Large US cities see signs of monkeypox drop like a stone--and still no deaths. Fooled again!

Erica Carbajal - Aug 25, 2022

There are early signs monkeypox cases may be peaking in Chicago, New York City and San Francisco, according to health officials. 

In Chicago, "we're not seeing the potentially exponential growth that we were seeing early on," Allison Arwady, MD, Chicago's Department of Public Health commissioner, said during an Aug. 23 update. 


Nearly 800 cases had been confirmed in the city as of Aug. 23, with 113 new cases reported for the week ending Aug. 13. That's down from 138 and 141 new cases from the two weeks before. There's been an increase in testing throughout the same time, indicating a true decline rather than attributing the decline to a drop in testing, Dr. Arwady said. 


In New York City, the seven-day average for new cases has fallen from a peak of 72 on July 30, to nine as of Aug. 25. Ashwin Vasan, MD, PhD, the city's health commissioner, during a council meeting attributed early signs of slowing transmission to a rise in people getting vaccinated. 


San Francisco is seeing similar trends, with new weekly cases hitting a peak of 143 toward the end of July, and the latest data putting that figure at less than five, according to data reported by the San Francisco Chronicle.


Anonymous said...


''Over 30 deaths of young, healthy Canadian doctors cannot be explained any other way than they were killed by the vaccine.
Stew Peters did an episode looking into the deaths of Canadian doctors after the vaccine mandates were rolled out. But here is new info that is even more shocking.

Anonymous said...



''Despite Misinformation War by Mainstream, 'Ivermectin Again Shows Antiviral Activity Against COVID-19', 'Reduces Transmission' in “Int. Journal of Infectious Diseases” New Publication''! 08/2022

Anonymous said...

Ozzy Osbourne moving back to England, doesn't want to 'die in crazy America'

Ozzy Osbourne is “fed up” with America.

Everything’s f—ing ridiculous there. I’m fed up with people getting killed every day.

Ozzy added that he’s fearful of dying in America. “I don’t want to be buried in f—ing Forest Lawn.”

His spouse echoed his disillusionment with their adopted home.
“It isn’t the United States of America at all,” Sharon Osbourne told the outlet. “Nothing’s united about it. It’s a very weird place to live right now.”
She also shot down speculation that the move stemmed from Osbourne’s advancing Parkinson’s disease.
The pair have put their palatial Hancock Park home up for sale for $18 million.