US may expand monkeypox vaccine eligibility to men with HIV

NEW YORK — U.S. officials are considering broadening recommendations for who gets vaccinated against monkeypox, possibly to include many men with HIV or those recently diagnosed with other sexually transmitted…

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Monkeypox cases dropping, but racial disparities growing

WASHINGTON — The White House said Wednesday it’s optimistic about a decline in monkeypox cases and an uptick in vaccinations against the infectious virus, despite worsening racial disparities in reported…

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Monkeypox cases are on the decline in New York City, data shows

Monkeypox cases appear to be on the decline in the epicenter of the country’s outbreak. Data from the New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene shows that as…

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With enough monkeypox vaccine finally in hand, US seeks to make more shots at home

After securing enough doses in the national stockpile to vaccinate the most at-risk Americans against monkeypox, the federal government says it has begun training its sights on the next steps…

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With enough monkeypox vaccine finally in hand, U.S. seeks to make more shots at home

After securing enough doses in the national stockpile to vaccinate the most at-risk Americans against monkeypox, the federal government says it has begun training its sights on the next steps…

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Monkeypox vaccine supply now sufficient, Biden officials say

The Biden administration says it has shipped enough monkeypox vaccine to deliver the first of two doses to all of the 1.6 million people identified to be at highest risk…

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WHO: Monkeypox cases drop 21%, reversing month-long increase

GENEVA — The number of monkeypox cases reported globally dropped 21% in the last week, reversing a month-long trend of rising infections and signaling that Europe’s outbreak may be starting…

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After COVID and monkeypox, experts say outbreaks anywhere threaten citizens everywhere

With the emergence of COVID-19 and the recent surge in monkeypox cases, scientists and doctors who specialize in infectious disease are issuing increasingly dire warnings, saying wealthy countries can no…

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