COVID Vaccines Can Reactivate Chickenpox that Looks Like Monkeypox

One of the many adverse events linked to COVID-19 “vaccines” is reactivation of the varicella-zoster virus, which can manifest as herpes, chickenpox, autoimmune blisters, and monkeypox. In fact, monkeypox is often indistinguishable from chickenpox, which, when it manifests in adults, is called shingles. What some people are now experiencing that the media is calling monkeypox could actually be chickenpox or shingles.

One of the many adverse events linked to Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) “vaccines” is reactivation of the varicella-zoster virus, which can manifest as herpes, chickenpox, autoimmune blisters, and monkeypox.

In fact, monkeypox is often indistinguishable from chickenpox, which, when it manifests in adults is called shingles. A 1988 study on monkeypox explains that “the main clinical diagnostic problem is the differentiation of human monkeypox from chickenpox.”

In other words, what some people are now experiencing that the media is calling monkeypox could actually be chickenpox or shingles, depending on the person’s age. And the cause could be Fauci Flu shots, which just so happen to have been introduced under Operation Warp Speed right before the new alleged monkeypox outbreak.

According to the government and the media, monkeypox, aka pridepox, seems to be spreading primarily within the LGBT community. However, the true ground zero could actually be Pfizer’s mRNA (messenger RNA) COVID injections, which were widely received by LGBTs.

“The chickenpox virus is technically known as the varicella-zoster virus, and just like its close relative the herpes simplex virus, it becomes a lifelong resident in the body,” explains Exposé News.