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GAVIN NEWSOM
Governor

State of California—Health and Human Services Agency
California Department of Public Health


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All Local Heath Officers and Directors
Monkeypox Funding Notification
9/27/2022





Dear Local Health Officers and Directors:

The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) received funding for monkeypox (MPX) response activities through Assembly Bill No. 179 - CHAPTER 249, to aid in the distribution of MPX vaccines, tests, outreach and education, and treatments, as applicable, to communities most at risk, including marginalized and disadvantaged communities. CDPH is allocating $14,250,000 to Local Health Departments (LHDs) (Attachment 1​[1]​ with 50 or more positive cases within their jurisdiction as well as to each LHD with a local public health laboratory performing, or developing the capacity to perform MPX diagnostic testing. A Direct Allocation Letter will be issued over the next week and will outline program requirements, the process for obtaining an advance payme​​nt, as well as submission requirements for application documents.

The funding formula was agreed upon by CHEAC and HOAC/CCLHO based on a formula of 50% cases as of September 16, 2022, 25% male early syphilis, and 25% poverty. Funding for these activities is covered for the period August 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023.

For those jurisdictions with fewer than 50 positive cases of MPX, CDPH will be providing resources (e.g. vaccination staff, mobile vaccine resources, etc.) from the state allocation to support MPX control efforts in your jurisdiction.

​If you have any questions or need further clarification regarding this funding, please reach out to EmergencyFunding@cdph.ca.gov.

Sincerely,

Melissa Relles​

Melissa Relles signature

Assistant Deputy Director
Emergency Preparedness Office
California Department of Public Health​

Attachments:

TTF Test Allocation Report​ - 4,0​00,000 Kits​

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JurisdictionAllocation 
Alameda100,100
2Alpine1,000
3Amador2,280
4Berkeley1,800
5Butte1,9400
6Calaveras4,600
7Colusa1,680
8Contra Costa86,100
9Del Norte1,640
10El Dorado5,740
11Fresno122,580
12Glenn1,740
13Humboldt13,940
14Imperial19,920
15Inyo1,100
16Kern110,120
17Kings25,540
18Lake7,700
19Lassen2,240
20Long Beach48,080
21Los Angeles913,640
22Madera14,260
23Marin7,740
24Mariposa1,000
25Mendocino13120
26Merced38400
27Modoc1000
28Mono1040
29Monterey39960
30Napa6220
31Nevada7320
32Orange383420
33Pasadena8380
34Placer35660
35Plumas1000
36Riverside293120
37Sacramento139660
38San Benito2860
39San Bernardino263340
40San Diego350240
41San Francisco79480
42San Joaquin81320
43San Luis Obispo12420
44San Mateo69300
45Santa Barbara54200
46Santa Clara233680
47Santa Cruz24400
48Shasta13200
49Sierra1000
50Siskiyou2620
51Solano59360
52Sonoma14740
53Stanislaus66780
54Sutter10980
55Tehama4900
56Trinity1580
57Tulare64720
58Tuolumne7000
59Ventura75960
60Yolo16600
61Yuba7060


[1] Attachment 1: Local Allocations

​Mpox Funding Notice - September 27, 2022 (PDF)​​​



CDPH Emergency Preparedness Office
P.O. Box 997377, MS 7002, Sacramento, CA 95899-7377
(916) 650-6416 ● (916) 650-6420 FAX
www.cdph.ca.gov