The US epidemic agency provides questionable advice to people infected with monkeypox

ÜWe talked too little about discrimination against minorities during the corona pandemic, which could now be offset by monkeypox. But let’s start from the beginning: Donald Trump’s first attempt to label the new coronavirus as the “Chinese virus” was quickly cleared up. Subsequently, the term “Wuhan virus” – Sars-CoV-2 was first discovered in the metropolis – was suspected of being discriminatory.

In the case of the “monkey vault”, after the intervention of three dozen scientists, a new name will probably be discussed at the World Health Organization in Geneva this week (and the odds are not bad), because the proponents of the apes have good arguments, monkeys do not blame the global spread of the pathogen among humans.

Tips for masturbating together

The epidemic is now heading towards three thousand known infections, 42 countries have reported cases, but no one knows how many they really are. The question of guilt is even more complicated and far from resolved. However, the transmission path is quickly explained if you read the recommendations for action by the American disease control agency CDC for infected people – right up to the Covid 19 pandemic, a respected institution that health authorities around the world have used as a guide. First tip: “Virtual sex please without physical contact”. Recommendation two: “When masturbating together, please maintain a minimum distance of six feet, do not touch, and most importantly, do not touch a rash or sore spot.”

Tip three: “Consider having sex with your clothes on or covering all areas of the rash to minimize skin contact.” Tip four: “Avoid kissing”. Finally, the mandatory advice to wash your hands is followed by the note: “Limit the number of sexual partners”.

Unfortunately, condoms and how to use them sensibly have been omitted from the sex guide – this prudery is a good bureaucratic custom. Apparently, the CDC simply doesn’t want to advocate “safer sex,” but it does want people suspicious and infected with monkeypox to refrain from sexual intercourse. After the dispensation, however, many of those who follow him will have to take off their jackets and rightly ask, “Oops, did we just have sex?”

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