New science determines that monkeypox lives in saliva, semen and other bodily fluids
Spanish researchers say that
the monkeypox virus, also known as pridepox
, could live in all sorts of bodily fluids such as saliva, urine, blood, and semen.
Patients with the alleged disease, nearly all of whom are men who have sex with men
, could be harboring pridepox
in their moisture elements, which we are now being told makes it more of a threat to the general public.
Just like they did with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), the narrative is gradually shifting away from just LGBTs to now include everyone
as a possible vessel for pridepox
contamination. This, of course, is how they will start to phase the world back into plandemic
protocols such as distancing and isolation.
Up until now, the official claim was that pridepox
only spreads through direct contact with lesions on an infected patient's skin. Now, the story has changed to contaminated surfaces and possibly an array of bodily fluids.
For their study, researchers collected samples from 12 patients with "confirmed" cases of pridepox
. High viral loads of DNA were supposedly detected in the skin lesions of each patient.
These same patients also supposedly had high viral loads of pridepox
DNA in their saliva, which researchers claim could point to the spread of the disease via kissing and sharing of beverages, for example.
The team also allegedly discovered virus DNA in rectal (11 of 12 patients), nasal (10 of 12 patients), semen (7 of 9 patients), and fecal (8 of 12 patients) samples from the monkeypox group.
"A couple of previous studies had already shown the occasional presence of viral DNA in some samples and in some patients, but here we show that viral DNA is frequently present in various biological fluids, particularly saliva, during the acute phase of the disease, and up to 16 days after the onset of symptoms in one patient," claims Aida Peiró, one of the study's authors.
The presence of virus DNA does NOT mean it's infectious
Just to be extremely
clear, even the folks claiming to have found pridepox
viral DNA in all these fluids admit that this does not
– repeat, NOT
– mean that the disease necessarily spreads through these fluids.
How these researchers are differentiating between pridepox
and chickenpox (shingles) is also unclear, seeing as how the two, according to a 1988 study, are indistinguishable from one another.
Something else you should know is that Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) "vaccines" reactivate the varicella-zoster virus
, which can manifest as monkeypox, chickenpox, herpes, autoimmune blisters, and other symptoms that are now being attributed to pridepox
"The results of our study contribute to a better understanding of the mechanisms and dynamics of virus transmission, as well as the possible role of sexual transmission," added Mikel Martínez, the research team's leader.
In the comment section at StudyFinds.org
, someone emphasized that people everywhere really need to avoid falling for "another fictional 'pandemic,'" which is almost certain to be what happens with pridepox
in the weeks and months to come as the propaganda intensifies to a fever pitch.
"Don't fall for it," this person added. "The starting point for knowing the truth is to believe the opposite of what the government and the corporate media tell us."
"It's going to be the new AIDS," wrote another. "Initial rapid spread in the gay community, then it will spread into the bi community, then to the heterosexual one. Initial reports came about the rapid spread during pride month. Then they realized the stigma so went quiet because of pride month. It is what it is."
Someone else suggested that the so-called monkeypox seems "an awful lot like an STD."
The latest pridepox
-related news can be found at Outbreak.news