Health authorities in Orange County are increasing both the sites and dosages available for the monkeypox vaccination.
From 100 appointments per day to 200 appointments per day, the Florida Dept. of Health in Orange County has increased the amount of vaccination doses accessible.
Now, there are six sites where appointments may be made from Monday through Friday.
No walk-ins are accepted; appointments must be made online. On the website of the Health Department, you may make an appointment.
Monkeypox may be acquired by anybody, although those at higher risk include individuals who have had repeated sexual contact with a person who has the illness, especially males who have intercourse with other men.
Monkeypox symptoms include a rash that might resemble pimples or blisters and emerge on the hands, feet, chest, or genital region, as well as fever, chills, a headache, muscular and back pains, enlarged lymph nodes, and a headache.