The Uk Is Warning Gay and Bisexual Men about the Monkeypox Outbreak, Ryan Field Books

The Uk Is Warning Gay and Bisexual Men About the Monkeypox Outbreak

This news is a bit unusual because they are singling out gay and bisexual men, and not straights.  Plus, Monkeypox is not considered a sexually transmitted disease. You can get it through sex, but there are a variety of other ways to get it, too. So why would they single out gay and bisexual men? 

The United Kingdom Health Security Agency has warned ‘men who are gay and bisexual’ to be aware of unusual rashes or lesions and contact a doctor without delay in such a case. The warning comes after the UK reported its ninth monkeypox case since May 6, with the UKHSA confirming ‘recent cases predominantly in gay and bisexual communities, or men who have sex with men (MSM)’.

Here’s more. The article goes into a great deal more about Monkeypox itself. There are two different kinds of Monkeypox and one is more dangerous than the other. 

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