„Duma zboczeńców” – małpia ospa. Urocze zdjęcia. „Pride festival” in Gran Canaria.

Pride festival in Gran Canaria – which was attended by 80,000 people – is linked to Spanish monkeypox outbreak as well as two cases in Italy while European total reaches 100

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10839877/Monkeypox-outbreak-Europes-biggest-100-cases-reported.html
  • Maspalomas Pride has become the second focus of the outbreak in Spain 
  • More than 100 cases of monkeypox have now been reported across Europe 
  • The UK Health Security Agency has said a notable proportion of recent cases in Britain and Europe have been found in gay and bisexual men 
  • There are 20 confirmed cases in the UK, and more cases in nine other countries 
The Gran Canarian pride festival attended by 80,000 from Britain and across Europe is being investigated after being linked to numerous monkeypox cases in Madrid, Italy and Tenerife. Pictured, attendees at the event this month

The Gran Canarian pride festival attended by 80,000 from Britain and across Europe is being investigated after being linked to numerous monkeypox cases in Madrid, Italy and Tenerife.

Held between May 5 and May 15, Maspalomas Pride attracts visitors from across the continent.

It was attended by people who have tested positive for the monekypox virus afterwards, with public health services from the Canary Islands now investigating the any links between the cases and the LGBT+ celebrations.

It was attended by people who have tested positive for the monekypox virus afterwards, with public health services from the Canary Islands now investigating the any links between the cases and the LGBT+ celebrations. Pictured, attendees at the event this month

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Maspalomas Pride, impreza dla LGBT. Po niej wykryto ognisko małpiej ospy.

Kierownictwo madryckiej kliniki Centro Sandoval, w której potwierdzono pierwsze w Hiszpanii przypadki małpiej ospy, podało, że choroba ta jest przenoszona drogą płciową wśród mężczyzn utrzymujących stosunki homoseksualne.

Brytyjska Agencja Bezpieczeństwa Zdrowia poinformowała, że znaczna część ostatnich przypadków w Wielkiej Brytanii i Europie została stwierdzona u gejów i biseksualistów.