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Mpox Vaccine Eligibility Has Expanded!

Get your safe and effective mpox vaccine at a provider near you.


Mpox vaccination helps protect against mpox when given before or shortly after exposure. Two mpox vaccines are currently available in the United States via the Strategic National Stockpile

The federal government has allocated JYNNEOS vaccine to Californians. The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and California Local Health Departments to make this vaccine available to communities to provide protection against mpox.  

Although there are no longer any specific “eligibility” criteria for JYNNEOS vaccine, CDC​ and CDP​H continue to update recommendations for the prioritization of JYNNEOS vaccine among high-risk​ communities. Stay up to date on the latest information regarding vaccine strategies for mpox. 


Vaccine Resources for the General Public:

Vaccine Resources for Healthcare Providers:

Vaccine Resources for Local Health Departments:

Mpox Vaccine Doses Administered:​​

Mpox vaccine doses administered in each county can be found on the CDPH Mpox Data Dashboard. A summary of doses administered by local health departments, federally qualified health centers​, and ph​​armacies can be found in the table below:

Table 1. Doses Administered by Entity

​Dose 1 ​​​​​​​
​Dose 2 


​Local Health Departments1
​Healthcare Systems2
​Federally Qualified Health Centers3​
The table above is updated bi-weekly. Last updated on 09/15/2023.

1Local Health Departments includes all doses administered at public health clinics and by commercial service providers that have partnered with local health departments.
2Health Care Systems includes all doses administered at hospitals, medical centers, health care clinics, and urgent care clinics. 

3Federally Qualified Health Centers includes all doses administered at clinics that receive federal funding to provide services to medically underserved populations, including tribal health clinics and correctional centers.​.

4Pharmacies includes all doses administered by both independent and chain pharmacies.

5Doses reported to the California Department of Public Health do not always include the entity type that administered the dose. Therefore, the total numbers on this page may not equal the total number doses administered. A dashboard with total doses administered, regardless of entity, can be found at CDPH Mpox Data Dashboard.​​​

How Can We Help You?

Connect with CDPH for additional mpox resources.

Contact CDPH STD Control Branch Mpox Team

If you need further clarification or have questions, comments, and concerns regarding CDPH Mpox, submit an inquiry​.

Contact Your Local Public Health Department

Reach out to your local health department with any questions.​

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