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      Updated March 2, 2023

      Who should use this information? Health departments, public health partners, and groups working with populations most affected by mpox.

      What is this page about? This page provides background, strategies, actions, and resources to increase the number and effectiveness of prevention strategies that advance health equity among populations most affected by mpox, including vaccination efforts.

      CDC is committed to health equity, which means everyone has fair and just opportunity to their highest level of health. For mpox, this includes reliable access to accurate information and prevention education, as well as vaccine access. It is important that communities most affected by mpox have access to timely, clear, and appropriate information, and a safe and effective mpox vaccine to prevent future outbreaks. In the 2022 mpox outbreak, gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM) make up most of the cases. Within this population, mpox cases are disproportionately higher among Black and Hispanic or Latino MSM and, in smaller numbers, Black and Hispanic or Latina women. Gender minorities, including transgender women and non-binary people, have also been disproportionately affected by mpox.

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      Health and Vaccine Equity -- Reducing Stigma in Mpox Communication and Community Engagement -- How Partner Organizations Can Disseminate Messages for Events -- Mpox-specific Resources for Equity-related Outreach .
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