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Monkeypox Information and Resources

Last Edited: June 30, 2022

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) continues to respond to a new outbreak of monkeypox. Please see below for a list of recently released or updated resources related to monkeypox. NASTAD will continue to provide relevant resources and updates, so please be sure to periodically check here for more information.

What's New

Webinar: Public Health Monkeypox Response: JYNNEOS Vaccine

Thursday, July 7, 2022, 1:00 – 2:00 PM ET

Join NCSD for a deep dive on JYNNEOS, a vaccine indicated for the prevention of smallpox and monkeypox disease. We will host an open discussion with Florian Lienert, PhD, Director, Global Medical Affairs, Bavarian Nordic, the manufacturer of JYNNEOS. This is also an opportunity to learn more current PrEP/PEP recommendations for monkeypox and updated vaccine distribution information. Register for the webinar here.

Webinar: Clinic+ Connect Community Call: Monkeypox Response in Sexual Health Clinics

Friday, July 8, 2022, 12:00 - 1:00 PM ET

Join us to receive the latest updates on the federal monkeypox response. We will also hear from sexual health clinic providers and staff about monkeypox triage, testing, and vaccination efforts on the ground. Confirmed speakers include Dr. Philip A. Chan, Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine and School of Public Health at Brown University ad Chief Medical Officer at Open Door Health, and Dr. Bruce ("Bryce") W. Furness, Medical Epidemiologist, CDC Division of STD Prevention. Register now.


Other Updates

CDC Resources 

General

Information For Healthcare Professionals  

Webinar May 24, 2022 - What Clinicians Need to Know about Monkeypox in the United States and Other Countries (cdc.gov) 

HAN Archive - 00466 | Health Alert Network (HAN) (cdc.gov) 

Laboratory

Community

Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)

Science and Data

Recorded Meetings

Additional Resources

If you have questions or if you would like additional information, please email CDC’s Monkeypox Partnerships Team at eocevent434@cdc.gov