US: Early data shows monkeypox vaccine to be highly effective

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The U.S. leads the world in monkeypox cases. So far more than 25,000 infections of the virus have been reported. The highest level of immunity from the virus is reached after people get a second dose of the vaccine. The new CDC guidance is intended to reach more people who might be at risk.
Published 2 months ago · Washington, United States

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US Finds Monkeypox Vaccine Highly Effective in Early Data

The US has seen more than 25,000 cases in the current outbreak

2 months ago·India
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Vaccine appears to protect against monkeypox, CDC says

U.S. public health officials say at-risk people who have received just one dose of the monkeypox vaccine have appeared to be significantly less likely to get sick from the virus

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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US Finds Monkeypox Vaccine Highly Effective In Early Data

The monkeypox vaccine is highly effective, protecting people as early as two weeks after the first dose, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday.

2 months ago·New Delhi, India
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Vaccine appears to protect against monkeypox, CDC says

WASHINGTON (AP) — At-risk people who received a single dose of the monkeypox vaccine in U.S. efforts against the virus appeared to be significantly less likely to get sick, public health officials announced Wednesday, even as they urged a second dose for full protection.

2 months ago·United States
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Vaccine appears to protect against monkeypox, CDC says

U.S. public health officials say at-risk people who have received just one dose of the monkeypox vaccine have appeared to be significantly less likely to get sick from the virus

2 months ago·United States
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Vaccine appears to protect against monkeypox, CDC says

At-risk people who received a single dose of the monkeypox vaccine in U.S. efforts against the virus appeared to be significantly less likely to get sick, public health officials announced Wednesday, even as they urged a second dose for full protection.

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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