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Thailand’s Public Health Ministry to establish operation center to monitor spread of Monkeypox in the Kingdom


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By Nop Meechukhun

 

National – The Ministry of Public Health is planning to establish an operation center to monitor the import and the spread of Monkeypox in the Kingdom.

 

Dr .Opas Karnkawinpong, Director-general of the Department of Disease Control, told the Associated Press today, May 22nd, that the operation center will be established following public concern about the spread of Monkeypox in many countries around the world.

 

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The center would monitor the situation and trends of the spread of the disease, as well as predict future situations in order for the authorities to prepare long-term and emergency plans while strengthening strategies and preventive measures.

 

“Although Thailand has no reported cases of monkeypox, the country has just begun to allow more people to enter the country and is in the process of announcing Covid-19 as endemic. 

 

Full story: https://thepattayanews.com/2022/05/22/thailands-public-health-ministry-to-establish-operation-center-to-monitor-spread-of-monkeypox-in-the-kingdom/

 

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What changed over the years?

 

I hope they're busy sequencing past and present samples.

 

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17 minutes ago, dinsdale said:

BA 2.12.1, BA 4, BA 5 and now monkeypox. Definitely not the time to stop the emergency decree. 

'It is only eternal vigilance that will keep us safe...'

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

The Ministry of Public Health is planning to establish an operation center to monitor the import and the spread of Monkeypox in the Kingdom.

Lets hope they're more honest than so called monitoring of African Swine Fever...

they covered it up for a very long time.

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1 hour ago, Flying Saucage said:

The deeper problem is not the Thai government. It's partly the WHO, which is hijacked by private NGOs like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the GAVI and their specific interests, partly the Council of Foreign Relations which controls together with thr financial power of investment companies like BlackRock and Vanguard the worlds biggest media houses, and the World Economic Forum which orchestrates the behaviour of almost 190 countries.

 

We saw this during the Corona crisis, and now we will see this with Monkeypox.

 

On the Munich Security Conference 2021, around a year ago, they made an exercise about a Monkeypox outbrake on May 15, 2022. Sounds familiar? Quite similar to the notorious Event 201 of 2019, a few months before the outbreak of SARS-Cov2. 

 

No, this all is not an issue of Thailand, it's a global issue.

This document of the Munich Security Conference shows the screenplay. Page 12 is interesting particularly.Monkeypox Simulation NTI Munich Security Conference March 2021.pdf

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8 hours ago, dinsdale said:

BA 2.12.1, BA 4, BA 5 and now monkeypox. Definitely not the time to stop the emergency decree. 

I think this is the 1st time I have had 1 of each emoji. LOL.

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1 hour ago, Flying Saucage said:

Am I the only one who founds it interesting that at the Wuhan Institute of Virology they are also working on Monkeypox viruses?

 

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1995820X22000414

 

 

No probably not the only one to be interested in that but possibly the only one to post it on here inferring it is from China when in fact it was detected firstly in the UK. Go on, now spend a month researching Porton Down  research facilities  in order to find a Chinese scientist working there too just to complete the full circle of your apparent prejudice.😂

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Interesting, Monkeypox reminds me of the HIV pandemic many years ago (Google)

 

"HIV infection in humans came from a type of chimpanzee in Central Africa"

 

For reference re: Monkeypox:

 

"those who are most at risk are those who have had close physical contact with someone with monkeypox, and that risk is not limited to men who have sex with men.

 

https://news.un.org/en/story/2022/05/1118762

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Although this is not an STD it is strongly associated with intimate skin to skin contact and seemingly gay casual sex. Self reporting will thus involve rather a lot of misinformation.  I hope the powers will be will discount this, but doubt they will.  At worst we're going to be subject to the usual scare stories from health authorities eager to prove everyone is equally at risk.

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Please change the name keep getting this mixed up with the current ruling party 🤔

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Thankfully Monkey pox is not as contagious.  It seems that a prolonged contact is needed for

transfer of the pox as well.  Lets all hope that it is contained quickly.

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