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Published: July 30, 2022 Time: 15:20 PM Article #: 169
I just returned home from the milk tea store as I write this blog. As I was walking past, I overheard four elderly women discussing a new disease that is once more becoming widespread. It was the Monkey Fox that originated in Central and west Africa. The first occurrence of this particular skin condition was reported in 1970, and it is thought to be partly connected to smallpox. However, the World Health Organization has reported that a new epidemic of monkeypox is now underway and that it is spreading quickly, much like Covid-19. Even more concerning is the claim that it may spread through human-to-human contact.
This afternoon, when I checked Facebook, I was stunned by what I saw.
After reading some news about it, my concerns have returned since I believe the government would reinstate the restrictions, particularly the lockdown. Aggghhhh, Walang katapusang Enhanced community lockdown with Gingo biloba E!
Another concern I have is the planned face-to-face classes for primary pupils. What level of readiness does our administration have for this new epidemic? What are their next steps and options?
I am considering giving my child the COVID-19 vaccination at the same time. But now that another virus is spreading and we don't yet know how deadly this new plague is, I find it curious that COVID-19 jabs are not any more helpful.
Parents and dear readers, we are about to enter another frightening pandemic, and this time I want you to be prepared for the worst-case scenarios. I'm not trying to scare you, but look around. Now that the COVID-19 plague is no longer felt, everyone is becoming complacent.
Please take a minute to assess your environment. Now that proper discipline is required, let's all continue to do social distancing, proper wear of masks, and pray that the new virus won't be as fatal as the COVID strains.