Florida has 25,000 doses of monkeypox vaccine | Society | USA Edition

Florida has 25,000 doses of vaccines to combat the expansion of monkeypox, which in this state has registered 208 cases to date, one of the most affected in the United States and only behind New York and California.

The medical director of the Pinellas County Health Department in Florida, Ulyee Choe, reported this Wednesday in a teleconference that the federal health authorities have sent that number of doses with the aim of dealing with monkeypox, which continues to advance in This status.

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