header graphic
Connect with Onondaga County Like Us On FacebookFollow Us On Twitter See Us On Youtube
 
spacer
 
spacer
select a topic
   
Like Us On Facebook Our YouTube Channel
 
Accredited Health Department
Onondaga County Health Department is nationally accredited and meetsĀ rigorous public health standards necessary to best serve the needs of our community.
 
 
Monkeypox
 

It is important to stay informed about monkeypox and learn about the symptoms, how it spreads, and what to do if you are exposed. Monkeypox spreads through close, physical contact between people. This means anyone can get monkeypox. However, based on the current outbreak, certain populations are being affected by monkeypox more than others, including men who have sex with men (MSM).

 

The first case of monkeypox in Onondaga County was announced on August 10, 2022. See a summary of cases in New York State here.

 

Vaccine
The Onondaga County Health Department held its first monkeypox vaccination clinic for those in our community who are at high risk of contracting the disease on August 10, 2022. Vaccine supply from the federal government is currently limited, and eligibility is expected to expand as supply increases. See the current status of monkeypox in New York State here.

 

footer graphic

To Provide Feedback About the Disability Accessibility of An Onondaga County Department's Website, Click Here to Access the Department's Contact Page

© 2001-  Onondaga County, New York  All Rights Reserved.   |  Ongov.net  |  Privacy Statement | Directions & Parking | Language or Disability Access Assistance