Gay Men In Florida Complain There Aren't Enough Monkeypox Vaccines, Ryan Field Books

 Gay Men In Florida Complain There Aren’t Enough Monkeypox Vaccines

This article links to a story where gay men in Florida think no one is going out of their way to help them with more monkeypox vaccines. They interviewed a gay 30-year-old, Dan DeChellis, who lives in Orlando where there are no vaccines. However, get this, he drove down to Wilton Manors with a group of gay friends and they all got vaccines down there. It’s only about a 3-hour drive. 

I don’t know what this guy is complaining about. He got the damn vaccine. There are no vaccines here in Palm Springs and we’re larger and more populated than Wilton Manors. My one doctor had to drive to LA to get his vaccine. 

“My biggest takeaway from our experience has been just the difference in the state of Florida from county to county,” said DeChellis, 30, a supply chain manager who lost a half day of work while traveling to get his first vaccine dose.

Here’s more. Someone should tell Sugarcakes that it’s like this everywhere, from California to New York, because only certain places have the vaccine at this time. And I just talked to my pharmacist yesterday about it. The article claims that NY and CA are going out of their way to help gay men get the vaccine. But we still have to travel to get it, and it varies from county to county. My own gay brother in NY had to go all the way up to Harlem to get his monkeypox vaccine. 

And here’s what you do if you can’t get the vaccine right away: you stay TF home and don’t have sex with strangers. It’s that simple. It’s your health and your life. There is no d$ck good enough that is worth risking your health. 


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