Super gonorrhoea (drug-resistant) STD cases are rising & could be fatal, WHO warns Gonorrhoea is a sexually transmitted infection & a major public health concern. The World Health Organisation (WHO)

by Paul Alexander

revealed the STI is on the rise; this is a major concern & question is does this reflect risky sexual behaviour, shift in infectiousness or lethality, or damaged immune systems from COVID mRNA vaccine

‘Now ahead of World Sexual Health Day on September 4, the World Health Organisation warned cases of drug-resistant gonorrhoea are on the rise.


The WHO also considers Neisseria gonorrhoea, also known as super gonorrhoea, a "priority microorganism" to be monitored for antimicrobial resistance.’

‘The organisation warned countries including the UK, Europe and Asia have reported cases of Neisseria gonorrhoea.

Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, France and Ireland have also detected cases of the STI.

The WHO said: "The enhanced gonorrhoea AMR surveillance (EGASP) suggests high rates of resistance in gonorrhoea to current treatment options such as ceftriaxone, cefixime and azithromycin in Cambodia, for instance.’

The extensively drug-resistant gonorrhoea with high-level resistance to the current recommended treatment for gonorrhoea (ceftriaxone and azithromycin) but also including resistance to penicillin, sulphonamides, tetracycline, fluoroquinolones and macrolides are called gonorrhoea superbugs or super gonorrhoea.

"In addition, antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in N. gonorrhoea is particularly problematic," the WHO added.

"With resistance to both cephalosporins, including third-generation extended-spectrum cephalosporins, and fluoroquinolones, N. gonorrhoea is a multidrug-resistant pathogen."

It concluded: "WHO considers N. gonorrhoea to be a priority microorganism for AMR monitoring in the Global Antimicrobial Surveillance System and for drug development in the context of AMR."

The new guidance is also expected to help make STI testing more accessible and affordable to the masses, which will lead to better data collection, the WHO concluded.’

Symptoms of gonorrhoea:

  • Pain during urination

  • Pelvic or abdominal pain

  • Rectal itching, bleeding or discharge

  • Pain during bowel movements

  • Eye pain and discharge

  • Sore throat

  • Swollen glands in the neck

  • Stiff and painful joints

Does the subverted damaged immune systems due to the COVID mRNA gene based injections a reason for this rise? What have we done to our immune systems?