France has 1,567 confirmed cases of monkeypox, according to the latest report from Public Health France, established on Thursday, against 912 a week earlier.
The Inter-LGBT “rebels“Monday July 25”in the face of inaction, lack of preparation and transparency of the governmentregarding the monkey pox epidemic, referring to “difficulties in making an appointment» for a vaccination and «insufficient dose deliveries“.
“This epidemic mainly affects (more than 9 out of 10 cases) men who have sex with men (MSM). For some of us, the news brought back the trauma of the AIDS years.“, Observed Inter-LGBT in a press release. The lesbian, gay, bi and trans association, which brings together some sixty associations, therefore wishes to “increased prevention, factual and non-judgmental, with exposed people, while too much delay has been taken by reluctance, letting the epidemic run its course“. She “reminds everyone of the right to live their sexuality fully with the number of partners they want, while taking into account the reality of the epidemic“.
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Inter-LGBT calls for “the lifting of defense secrecy on 3rd generation smallpox vaccines and the volume of orders and made available in vaccination centers nationwide“. Inter-LGBT observes “by many lifts difficulties in making an appointment» for a vaccination, in particular under «deliveries of insufficient doses of vaccine, disorganized supply circuits, insufficient vaccination sites, slots unavailable on Doctolib“.
France has 1,567 confirmed cases, according to the latest report from Public Health France, established on Thursday, against 912 a week earlier. The government announced on July 8 the extension of vaccination to “men who have sex with men and trans people reporting multiple sex partners“, to “people in prostitution» and to «professionals in places of sexual consumption“. The AIDES association for the fight against HIV had demanded last Thursday “the deployment by the State of a “punch” vaccination campaign, relying on voluntary liberal health professionals» in particular implanted on the «holiday resorts“.
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