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**Public Health is in the process of updating all documents with the term "mpox" to reduce stigma and other issues associated with prior terminology. Learn more here: Public Health Adopts New, More Inclusive langauge: Monkeypox Renamed Mpox**

What Gay and Bisexual Men Need to Know About Mpox (Infographic) (PDF)

How to Get Tested Flyer (PDF)

What You Should Know About Intimate Contact and Mpox (PDF)

What You Should Know About Mpox in LA County (PDF)

Anyone Can Get Mpox (PDF)

Know the Signs of Mpox (PDF)

Vaccine FAQs (PDF)

English | Spanish | Arabic | Cambodian | Farsi | Japanese | Korean | Russian | Simplified Chinese | Traditional Chinese | Armenian | Vietnamese | Tagalog
(translations pending)
Revised 10/28/22

Learn More About The Mpox Vaccine (PDF)

Public Health Multi-Service Vaccination Sites

Web: English | Spanish

PDF: English | Spanish

Isolation Instructions for People with Mpox Infection
English | Arabic | Japanese | Armenian | Cambodian | Farsi | Spanish | Korean | Russian | Simplified Chinese | Traditional Chinese | Tagalog | Vietnamese Updated 11/2/2022

What to Do If You Are Sick (how to manage your symptoms)
CDC webpage: English | Spanish

CDC PDF: English | Spanish | Arabic | French | Korean | Simplified Chinese | Tagalog | Vietnamese

Guidance for Individuals who Have Been Exposed to Mpox
English | Spanish | Arabic | Armenian | Cambodian | Farsi | Japanese | Korean | Russian | Simplified Chinese | Traditional Chinese | Tagalog | Vietnamese

2022 Mpox: Shelter Guidance

Cleaning and Disinfecting Your Home, Workplace, and Other Community Settings
CDC webpage: English | Spanish

Commercial Residence Cleaning and Disinfection Guidance

Frequently Asked Questions for Parents

CDC Mpox Toolkit for IHEs

CDC Monkeypox Toolkit for Schools and Early Care and Education Programs

CDPH Considerations for Childcare and School Settings

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