There is a Mopox outbreak in the United States.

The mpox virus is most often spread through direct contact with a rash or sores of someone who has the virus. It can also spread through contact with clothing, bedding and other items used by a person with mpox, or from respiratory droplets that can be passed through prolonged face-to-face contact.

Symptoms include rash, bumps, or blisters. If you are having these symptoms, please contact your primary care provider.

Please view the resources below for more information about Mpox symptoms, transmission, prevention, and what to do if you think you might have mpox: