Monkeypox has been known in Africa primarily as a disease of ground squirrels since 1958. It is one type of zoonotic viral infections. Zoonotic means a virus that lives in an animal host (e.g., ground squirrels) but can spread to monkeys and humans with close contact and poor hygiene, though it takes much higher viral …


FACT SHEET: Hemorrhagic Fevers (Marburg, Ebola)

“Viral Hemorrhagic Fever” (VHF) refers to a group of highly infectious severe viral illnesses caused by over 20 different small particle pathogenic RNA viruses in four different viral families. Examples include Yellow fever, Lassa fever, Ebola, Marburg and others listed in the Table at end of our FACT SHEET.  These highly infectious viruses lead to …

Stop the Shot – Pregnancy and Fertility Risks

Get the Pregnancy and Fertility Fact Sheet to learn about the unprecedented risks posed by the shot for young people and pregnant women with no significant offsetting benefit of protection for themselves or others.