Monkeypox outbreak may have peaked in US, but still widespread: officials
The virus has mainly spread among gay and bisexual men, though health officials continue to stress that anyone can be infected.
Some officials now say monkeypox elimination unlikely in U.S.
Some U.S. health officials are conceding that monkeypox is probably not going away anytime soon.
LA County monkeypox: First case in nation linked to workplace exposure
The Los Angeles Public Health Department has reported the nation's first monkeypox case in a healthcare worker who was exposed to the virus at work.
Monkeypox death confirmed by LA County health officials
A Los Angeles County resident with a compromised immune system has died from monkeypox, local health officials announced Monday. It's believed to be the first U.S. fatality from the disease.
Additional MPX vaccine doses approved in time for SF's Folsom Street Fair
The federal government has approved an additional 10,000 MPX vaccine doses for the state of California.
Oakland is 1 of 3 cities to receive extra monkeypox vaccines for distribution at Pride events
Federal officials announced they are shipping thousands of additional monkeypox or m-pox vaccine doses to Pride festivals to help reduce infections.
Hispanic and Latinx communities disproportionally hit by Mpox in the Bay Area
San Francisco and Santa Clara County data show how Mpox is disproportionally impacting the Latino and Latinx community.
Rancho Cotate High student becomes infected with monkeypox
An email to the school community at Rancho Cotate High School in Rohnert Park alerted families to a confirmed case of monkeypox – also called MPX.
Monkeypox gets a new name; vaccination requirements change
California state officials have renamed monkeypox to 'm-pox.' They are also making changes to the vaccination requirement to fight the disease so that more people will be able to get the vaccine.
Monkeypox vaccine doses being stretched to address supply issues as state updates isolation guidance
New guidance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration makes more of the monkeypox vaccine available as a shortage of doses continues amid an outbreak of the infectious disease.
Passenger escorted off flight: Eczema rash possibly mistaken for monkeypox
A Spirit Airlines passenger is speaking out about being taken off a recent flight for what they believe was their eczema being mistaken for monkeypox.
Pelosi holds San Francisco town hall on monkeypox
Thousands tuned into a town hall on the ongoing monkeypox outbreak, hosted by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. San Francisco accounts for around 30 percent of the state's cases,
Owners spread monkeypox to their dog, doctors report
Health officials are warning people who are infected with monkeypox to stay away from household pets, since the animals could be at risk of catching the virus.
WHO to rename monkeypox to avoid discrimination and stigmatization
WHO plans on having an open forum to rename monkeypox.
Vaccine lines are short as SF opens first weekend monkeypox clinic
Monkeypox clinics in San Francisco opened on a Saturday morning for the first time. It was meant to give people the opportunity to get a shot outside of normal business hours.
East Bay MUD wastewater samples show decline in COVID, rise in monkeypox
East Bay MUD samples wastewater three times a week, more if necessary. They're currently seeing a drop-off of COVID, but an upswing in monkeypox. With less COVID testing happening, this is important information.
Person who was isolated at SF jail tests negative for monkeypox
An incarcerated person who was suspected of having monkeypox at San Francisco jail tested negative, sheriff's officials say.
Moneypox vaccinations in San Francisco kick into high gear as more doses become available
Monkeypox vaccinations in San Francisco shifted into high gear on Tuesday where the city distributed approximately 10,000 doses it received from the federal government.
Protesters in San Francisco call for heightened monkeypox response among expert disagreements
Protesters gathered at the San Francisco Federal Building on Mission Street on Monday. Their message was loud and clear: A lot more federal intervention on the monkeypox outbreak is needed right now.
San Francisco sheriff's office isolating jail inmate with suspected case of monkeypox
A jail inmate who has a suspected case of monkeypox will be isolated, San Francisco sheriff's office confirms.