Wake County Public Health Center holds Monkeypox vaccine clinic
Just 30 minutes before opening the doors-a line wrapping around the wake county public health center. It was Wake County’s first walk-in Monkeypox vaccine clinic, offering 550 doses. The clinic comes as North Carolina health officials have identified the 95th case in the state. Most of the cases are among men who have sex with men, but experts warn anyone can be exposed.
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