Monkeypox (Mpox) vaccination services were completed by 1,416 individuals as of April 5, according to figures from the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control and. The general public can go to the "Monkeypox Vaccination Registration Platform" of the CDC to register for the willingness to receive the pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) vaccine starting at 2:00 pm on April 10 if you have engaged in high-risk sexual behavior within the previous six months. It is anticipated to offer roughly 25,000 spaces; however, it is closed on holidays.
List of cooperative hospitals for monkeypox vaccination in the second phase.Photo provided by Taiwan Centers of Disease Control
The CDC highlight that the public is urged to provide accurate information while completing the registration form in order to safeguard the immunization services of registered people as well as their own rights and interests. Services for immunization cannot be offered if people do not sign up on the "Monkeypox Vaccination Registration Platform," thus consideration should be given to avoid registering more than once since the system will automatically check and preserve a record of the initial registration that was made. Following completion of registration, the general public will be notified via email and can then schedule an appointment for outpatient registration at the chosen vaccination hospital.
About the possible risk of exposure to monkeypox and the graphic explanation of the symptoms.Photo provided by Taiwan Centers of Disease Control
With the exception of Lianjiang, Kinmen, Penghu, and three outer island counties and cities, the hospitals that offer immunizations have been spread to all counties and cities in Taiwan, totaling 48 cooperative hospitals. Considering the group immunity and vaccine coverage, the initial vaccination dosage for subjects is still administered through intradermal injection.
Monkeypox (Mpox), according to the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control, is mostly spread through intimate contact with people. It serves as a reminder to the general public that they should practice self-protection if they have intimate contact with unidentified persons, engage in other social activities, enter or depart dangerous locations, etc. Please put on a mask and seek medical treatment as soon as you discover any probable symptoms, such as blisters, pustules, or fever. Actively tell the doctor about your travel history, the locations you've been, and the individuals you've come into contact with. Please visit the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control website or contact them by phone at the toll-free epidemic prevention line 1922 (or 0800-001922).