CDC Expects More Monkeypox Cases in U.S……We have vaccine available to be deployed for that purpose,”

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said Monday that the federal public health agency expects more Monkeypox cases in the United States.

Dr. Jennifer McQuiston, an official with the CDC, confirmed that the U.S. has recently registered one case of Monkeypox in Massachusetts along with four Orthopox cases in New York City, Florida, and Utah. The cases of Orthopox, which is part of the family of viruses belonging to Monkeypox, are currently being analyzed at a CDC laboratory in Georgia, according to CNBC.

President Joe Biden weighed in on the Monkeypox, stating that Americans should be “concerned” over the development,

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“They haven’t told me the level of exposure yet but it is something that everybody should be concerned about,” the president told reporters.

Jake Sullivan, who serves as Biden’s national security adviser, said the U.S. possesses a supply of “vaccine that is relevant to treating monkeypox.”

We have vaccine available to be deployed for that purpose,” the Biden aide added.

On Monday, a former World Health Organization (W.H.O.) official described the Monkeypox cases, which have been confirmed in numerous countries around the world, as “a random event.”


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