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According to the data released by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on the 8th, The number of confirmed cases of monkeypox in the United States has reached 8930, including New York and California. The state has the most confirmed cases, with 1,960 and 1,310, respectively.
U.S.: Monkeypox vaccine shortage makes appointments difficult
Recently, at monkeypox vaccination centers across the U.S. Long queue. Some people started waiting in line to get vaccinated in the early hours of the morning.
On the one hand, the supply of monkeypox vaccine in the United States is far from meeting the huge demand, on the other hand , Monkeypox vaccine distribution has been slow and information is confusing, some states have so far lacked the number of vaccine distributions, and it has become difficult to make appointments.
Citizens of Baltimore, USA: The appointment process was very frustrating, we called the appointment line every 15 minutes, even every 5 minutes, and finally got through and customer service put us on I was screened first in the waiting list, and now the information is very confusing, and it is impossible to find accurate appointment information.
On August 4, the United States declared the monkeypox outbreak a public health emergency. The US “Washington Post” published an article on the 6th that the prevention and control of the monkeypox epidemic in the United States has failed. The article said that the situation in the United States to deal with the monkeypox epidemic is exactly the same as that of the new crown pneumonia epidemic: vaccine shortage, long queues, and rapid increase in cases. Public concern, fear, and suspicion spread, and states were overwhelmed.
Source: CCTV Finance, CCTV News Client