SFDPH will continue to keep the public updated on vaccine supplies, and other resources such as testing and treatment, that are essential to curbing the spread of this disease and protecting people.
For more information on monkeypox in SF, including case counts, vaccine locations and health guidance go to: sf.gov/monkeypox.
What is Monkeypox?
- Kissing, cuddling, and sex
- Direct contact with infectious rash, scabs, body fluids, or related objects/fabrics
How can I protect myself and my partners?
Who Should Get Vaccinated?
- People identified as a close contact of someone who has monkeypox (suspected or confirmed)
- Self-reported as a close contact of someone who has monkeypox (suspected or confirmed)
- Notified by a venue or event of potential exposure to someone who has monkeypox (suspected or confirmed)
- Laboratory workers who routinely handles monkeypox virus samiples for diagnosis or testing purposes or any clinician who has a high-risk occupational exposure
ALERT: As of Wednesday, July 13, SF’s monkeypox vaccine supplies are running low. ZSFG’s monkeypox drop-in clinic will close after Wednesday, July 13 until new supplies arrive. Other sites are working through remaining appointments and are expected to run out soon, likely by the end of the week on July 15.
We’re In This Together
We want to collaborate with our local communities and support one another. Contact the SFDPH Monkeypox Community Team to request more information on monkeypox for your organization or community group (Se habla español). If you want to partner and/or host an informational meeting or Town Hall event, you can email us at [email protected].