While Mpox is currently rare and has not been spreading as quickly as COVID-19, cases are still on the rise around the country and locally. Individuals at highest risk tend to be men who have sex with men who are in close sexual contact with partners.
People who think they have mpox or have had close personal contact with someone who has mpox should visit a healthcare provider to help them decide if they need to be tested for mpox
Mpox vaccines are available at our health & wellness centers for individuals at-risk of contracting mpox.
Appointments are required. Mpox vaccination appointments can only be made by calling 570-829-2700. Due to limited vaccine quantities, we may not be able to offer mpox vaccines to walk-in patients. Please visit the CDC’s mpox information page to learn more about mpox and determine your risk level.
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