Recreation centre in Hong Kong to be converted into monkeypox quarantine site Health officials say Sai Kung Outdoor Recreation Centre to be repurposed into quarantine facility for close contacts of monkeypox patients from Tuesday.
Young man back from trip confirmed as Hong Kong’s first monkeypox case
Source says man reported feeling unwell on Monday while under hotel quarantine, and had developed symptoms such as a rash.
Monkeypox vaccine will be available in Hong Kong within the month
Close contacts of confirmed monkeypox cases and other high-risk groups in Hong Kong will be able to get vaccinated.
Monkeypox transmission can be eliminated in Europe, WHO says
There are "encouraging early signs" that the monkeypox outbreak is slowing, according to the World Health Organization's regional office for Europe. #EuropeNews
The Biden administration is gambling that a little-studied vaccine can stop monkeypox
To prevent the disease from becoming endemic, the U.S. needs a vaccine that stops transmission, but no one knows if Jynneos does that.
Monkeypox infections decline in hotbed Spain, health minister says
New infections with monkeypox are steadily declining in Spain, which has recorded the world's second-highest tally of cases in this year's global outbreak, Health Minister Carolina Darias said on Monday.
Monkeypox cases appear to be declining in some large US cities
Experts say the trend in New York, Chicago and San Francisco appears to be linked to immunity and behavior changes
Pain, Fear, Stigma: What People Who Survived Monkeypox Want You to Know
Seven patients share their stories of devastating symptoms, their frustration over finding care and their efforts to help each other when doctors and officials have failed.