What happened to monkeypox? LGBTQ community appears to have quashed spread for now

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Orlando Sentinel

Despite concerns that the end of summer vacation or even pride events could further exacerbate monkeypox’s spread, the virus has fallen dramatically in the U.S. and in Central Florida since peaking in August — though there’s no guarantee it will stay that way. Experts say the spread may have faltered in large part because of actions by the LGBTQ community. “The community that largely was affected was very responsible,” said Jill Roberts, an associate professor at the University of South Florida College of Public Health. “If that had not been the case, we would have definitely seen a lot of spr…

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