Are you at risk for getting monkeypox, what does the monkeypox vaccine do, and why does a top expert say the U.S. has been "slow to respond"? We sort out the confusion with help from Perry N. Halkitis, Dean of the School of Public Health at Rutgers University.
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This guy isn't listening to himself. He embodies why there is no trust in public health "experts" and this interview did nothing to challenge him. I'm terrified of people like him being in charge, determined to get "needles in arms" as he says.
The science proves masks do not work. How is it that people are still pushing masks?
Hopefully the monkey pox will stay contained. It does not sound to me like a communicable disease.
I am reminded that God told us to abstain from sex outside of marriage. It still sounds like a safe bet to me.
Janet Turley says
I sure wish you would have pushed him more on masks. I felt like you kinda of let him slide by on that one!
Starry Night says
Keep up the great investigative journaism