100 Days To Midterms: New York Becomes Second Major U.S. City to Declare Health Emergency

It begins. Democrat free-election fear mongering and chaos.

People are not dying from Monkeypox, a predominantly gay sexually transmitted disease. The hysteria over this from everyone else is irrational and painful to watch.

No lockdowns or sex prohibitions for monkeypox. Oh, no.

New York becomes second major US city to declare health emergency over monkeypox

(CNN) New York City officials declared monkeypox a public health emergency Saturday, saying the city is the epicenter of the state’s outbreak and the move will boost measures to help slow the spread of the disease.

“We estimate that approximately 150,000 New Yorkers may currently be at risk for monkeypox exposure,” Mayor Eric Adams and Dr. Ashwin Vasan, commissioner of the city’s health and mental hygiene department, said in a joint statement. “This outbreak must be met with urgency, action, and resources, both nationally and globally, and this declaration of a public health emergency reflects the seriousness of the moment.”

It comes just a day after New York Gov. Kathy Hochul issued an executive order declaring a state disaster emergency, saying “more than one in four monkeypox cases in this country” are in the state. Among several other actions, the governor’s order expands the number of people eligible to administer monkeypox vaccines, requires providers to send vaccine data to the state’s health department and will boost ongoing response efforts including efforts to get more vaccines and expand testing capacity, the governor’s office said……

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