Pan(ic)demic PA: Fauci Monkeys?

To recap, a truck transporting monkeys crashed in Pennsylvania. Among the first responders was the CDC, not something you see every day.

Then authorities conducted a public health assessment, and advised the woman who witnessed the crash, and came in contact with the monkeys, to be on the alert for “cold-like” symptoms.

Now she’s sick.

The following day, Fallon developed a cough and something that resembled “pink-eye.” And, by Sunday, she was visiting the Geisinger Medical Center emergency room, where infectious disease doctors were consulted. Fallon has since received her first (of 4) preventative rabies shots; as well as a prescription for a 14-day course of Valacyclovir.

She is COVID negative.

Bearing in mind that the CDC made a rapid appearance on scene and issued warnings, and that driver lied about what kind of animals he was transporting, consider this.

Fallon is still processing the sequence of events that unfolded on Friday. She pulled over to check on the condition of the accident victims, but she said they were more concerned about press coverage of the incident.

The driver of the truck hauling the monkeys, identified in a press release from PA State Police, as Cody M. Brooks, 31, of Keystone Heights, FL even went so far as to put his hand in the camera of a local Press-Enterprise reporter. “He was very, very upset,” said Fallon. “He was in a panic.” Brooks passenger, Daniel G. Adkins, 59, of Florahome, FL required transport to Geisinger Medical Center for an injury.

His partner was injured enough to require transport to a hospital, but he’s just worried about press coverage?

Pretty clearly the CDC, at the very least, suspected the monkeys were infected with something specific, since they told the woman what symptoms to watch for. I guessing they knew, thus the panic.

Another batch of Fauxci Moneys for his Mengelean experiments?

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