Anger Dennis Welch erupted in ‘fear’ over the monkeypox virus

Monkeypox is not a new infection and has been known for decades, but the sudden outbreak of the disease has caused fear and surprise because of the geographical extent of its spread. It is

Dennis Welch points to what he calls “fear” in reports of the smallpox virus in monkeys.

The 64-year-old appeared at Loose Women today as she responded to reports that high-risk monkeypox patients had to be isolated for three weeks.

Monkeypox is not a new infection and has been known for decades, but the sudden outbreak of the disease has caused fear and surprise because of the geographical extent of its spread. It is

Dennis, who is part of a panel on Judy Love, Kelly Bryan and Ruth Langford, as well as on the ITV show, claims he doesn’t care.

He said: “I don’t think a lot of people would be surprised to learn what my views on fear are already. And, believe me, I know the difference between coverage and fun. Threats.”

“But there are some words that have been used to create fear. We used to talk about staying at home when we were poor, now we are talking about quarantine, quarantine.

“We’ve just come out of a terrible three-year period where everyone is trying to find some kind of mental balance after all that has been thrown at us with Kovid – especially people like you, Kell, who have an immunity and you must be better than most people.” Be more careful.

“But now – and again and again, people are saying, ‘Oh, listen to Professor Welch!’ I have never made such a statement.

“So yesterday, I spoke to two people with a high level of expertise in infectious diseases who said they were upset to see this happen in the press.

“Right now, there are very few cases – and this is what they should be keeping an eye on – there was an outbreak in 2017 and 2018 and of course we are not aware of it since we were not on high alert. . . We now seem to be aware of absolutely everything. Personally, I don’t think so at the moment. ”

However, Kelly – who has autoimmune disease lupus – says: “It doesn’t scare me, but I should be informed – because then I can be a little more aware of it.

“For me, I knew it would be hard to get out of this if I signed the contract.”

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