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LGBTQ+ COMMUNITY RISK FOR MONKEYPOX

June 1, 2022

According to a new study, there may be a greater chance of exposure to Monkeypox among LGBTQ+ communities. Monkeypox is a rare and dangerous virus that is related to the more common smallpox. It is believed that the virus is spread through contact with infected animals, such as rodents or monkeys. The study, which was published in the journal PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases found that LGBTQ+ communities may be at a greater risk for exposure to Monkeypox. This is because LGBTQ+ people are more likely to come into contact with animals that can carry the virus. They are also more likely to travel to areas where Monkeypox is more common. The study, which was published in the journal PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases found that LGBTQ+ communities may be at a greater risk for exposure to Monkeypox. This is because LGBTQ+ people are more likely to come into contact with animals that can carry the virus. They are also more likely to travel to areas where Monkeypox is more common. Monkeypox is a serious virus that can lead to death in up to 30% of cases. There is no specific treatment for Monkeypox, so it is important to seek medical attention if you think you may have been infected. If you are LGBTQ+, there are steps you can take to reduce your risk of exposure to Monkeypox. 


These steps include avoiding contact with animals that may be infected and being aware of the areas where the virus is more common. You should also ensure that you are up to date on your vaccinations, especially the smallpox vaccine. If you are traveling to an area where Monkeypox is common, be sure to take precautions to avoid exposure. This includes avoiding contact with animals and being sure to get vaccinated. Further research is necessary to confirm and understand the link between LGBTQ+ communities and Monkeypox exposure, but this study provides an important starting point for understanding one potential factor that could affect risk. In the meantime, LGBTQ+ communities and their allies should be aware of the potential risks associated with Monkeypox and other infectious diseases, and take necessary precautions to protect themselves and their loved ones.