Murphy confirms first “probable” N.J. case of monkeypox

Murphy confirms first “probable” N.J. case of monkeypox

Here we go again?

New Jersey announced its first then-“presumptive” case of Covid-19 on March 5, 2020. On Monday, the New Jersey Department of Health confirmed the existence of a “probable” case of monkeypox in the Garden State.

“The risk to New Jerseyans remains low,” Murphy tweeted on Tuesday morning. “Any resident who experiences flu-like illness with swelling of lymph nodes and rash should contact their healthcare provider.”

Will Murphy use the latest scary-sounding global health scare to curb our rights or advance his far-left agenda? Stay tuned.

In other news, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced last week that it wants to change the name of monkeypox to something else – to be determined – because the organization considers the name “discriminatory” towards Africa.

Our own CDC is recommending social distancing during… masterbation.

Priorities, folks! They tell you everything.