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Monkeypox: demand for vaccines is outstripping supply – this is what's causing the shortages

By Alexander Edwards, Associate Professor in Biomedical Technology, University of Reading
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Over 30,000 cases of monkeypox have been reported in more than 80 countries worldwide in 2022. Most are in countries that have never previously reported monkeypox. While monkeypox is not as transmissible as many respiratory infections (such as COVID-19), it’s still important to curb the spread.

One way to control spread is by vaccinating…The Conversation

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