MPOX

MPOX Stops With You

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It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3:

  1. Call the clinic at (918) 749-8378 and schedule a FREE MPOX vaccination appointment.
  2. Show up to your appointment.
  3. You’re vaccinated! Be sure to come back for your second dose.

What are the symptoms of mpox?

People may take 3-17 days after exposure to show symptoms. Most people experience a rash that looks like pimples or blisters. People may also experience flu-like symptoms such as fever, chills, exhaustion, muscle aches, headache, and respiratory symptoms.

How does it spread?

Mpox spreads through direct contact with the rash, saliva, upper respiratory secretions, and areas surrounding a positive person’s anus, rectum, or vagina. Though mpox can spread through sexual activity, it is not an STI.

How do I protect myself?

Avoid close contact with anyone who is positive for mpox or showing signs of a rash. Make sure to wash your hands regularly with soap and water to prevent the spread of the virus. The best way to protect yourself from mpox is by getting vaccinated. Contact HOPE Testing to learn more about getting vaccinated, or call your local health department.

What is the vaccine?

Jynneos is a 2-dose vaccine that protects against mpox and smallpox infections. To be best protected against these infections, people need to get the second dose four weeks after the first dose. Jynneos is given intradermally under the top layers of skin.