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Biden Monkeypox
In response to the growing number of monkeypox cases across the United States, President Joe Biden has appointed an emergency monkeypox response team to help combat the viral zoonotic disease. The task force, formally announced on Tuesday the 2nd of August, will work with state-specific authorities to help distribute vaccines...
Monkeypox
Monkeypox cases have continued to rise across the United Kingdom, with more than 2,000 confirmed cases being reported. As of Monday the 18th of July, health officials confirmed 2,137 monkeypox cases in the UK, with 2,050 detected in England. Despite the rise in cases, the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) has...
Experts say New Zealand can expect more cases in the coming weeks. New Zealand should prepare for more monkeypox cases over the coming weeks as the first person in Auckland tests positive for the viral disease. The man, who is in his early 30s, became the country’s first confirmed case on...
Last month, the New Zealand AIDS Foundation (NZAF) rebranded as the Burnett Foundation Aotearoa, and along with a new name comes new Executive Director Joe Rich, a stalwart of the organisation for the past 11 years. He talks to express about Monkeypox, PrEP, and more.  How concerned should express readers...
News Ap
The UK’s first monkeypox patient has spoken about his experience, slamming the media and commentary around the virus, saying it is being treated as a “gay disease.”  Since the first case was recorded on the 13th of May, health authorities have recorded over a thousand cases across 32 countries, including...
Taliban
Monkeypox is being used by the Taliban as a mandate to target, harass, and detain LGBTQ+ people in Afghanistan. According to reports by PinkNews, the Taliban’s persecution of LGBTQ+ people has been put in overdrive following the detection of monkeypox in Europe. The virus, which is usually found in parts of...
Monkeypox
A worrying new outbreak of Monkeypox has been reported in Europe, with the majority of those infected gay and bisexual men. British health authorities have identified four “rare and unusual” cases of the disease among men who appear to have been infected in London and had no history of travel...

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