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Gavin Newsom, the governor of California, has proclaimed a state of emergency for monkeypox in order to support increased vaccination efforts as cases continue to spread throughout the state.
The move comes days after a top health official stated that authorities were still debating whether a state declaration was necessary and after San Francisco declared its own state of emergency last week. According to Dr. Tomás Aragón, public health officer and director of the Department of Public Health, California is responding to reports of monkeypox utilizing the same infrastructure from the COVID-19 pandemic.
72,000 more vaccination doses are anticipated by the state from the federal government. California has already given out over 25,000 doses of vaccination. Nevertheless, public health officials in California have stated that 600,000 to 800,000 doses of the JYNNEOS vaccination were required.
Proponents emphasize using the AIDS epidemic’s lessons in the recommendations for the monkeypox vaccination
Know how monkeypox is transmitted? And know the Symptoms and treatment of monkeypox
In this video, the monkeypox virus and its transmission mechanism are discussed. Additionally, it discusses the signs and symptoms of monkeypox infection. To learn more about this unusual infection, watch the video.
The following queries are addressed in the video:
How does one contract monkeypox?
- Why is the monkeypox virus so named?
- What exactly is monkeypox and how does it spread?
- What signs indicate a monkeypox viral infection?
- Can monkeypox be fatal?
- What occurs if you contract monkeypox?
The San Francisco Bay Area and the rest of the nation are currently experiencing an outbreak of monkeypox. The most recent information on vaccination availability, cases, and other topics.
The Case count by county (including probable cases):
- Alameda (including Berkeley): 58
- Contra Costa: 18
- Marin: 2
- Napa: 1
- San Francisco: 305
- San Mateo: 11
- Santa Clara: 46
- Santa Cruz: 5
- Solano: 6
- Sonoma: 8