Monkeypox Info

/Monkeypox Info
Monkeypox Info2022-08-05T16:19:07-08:00

Since mid-May, cases of monkeypox have been reported from several countries that are non-endemic for this rare disease, including the United States. The health and safety of Sacramento’s LGBTQ+ community continue to be the Center’s top priority. In collaboration with Sacramento County’s Department of Health Services, health leaders, and health organizations, we will continue our work in monitoring developments on monkeypox and advocating for the expansion of eligibility criteria for the monkeypox vaccine to all peoples and genders.

Information About Monkey Pox:

Isolation and Close Contact Guidance (As provided by the Sacramento County of Public Health)

Monkeypox in the news

Visit the Sacramento County Department of Health Services for regular updates on Monkeypox vaccine distribution.

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