State of emergency declared in New York due to monkeypox

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New York Governor Kathy Hochul has declared a state of emergency in the state due to the monkeypox outbreak

In a statement published on the governor’s website, Hochul said, “After reviewing the latest data on the monkeypox outbreak in New York State, I am declaring a state of emergency to strengthen our efforts to combat this outbreak.”

“My team and I are working around the clock to procure more vaccines, increase testing, and responsibly educate the public on how to stay safe during the outbreak,” Hochul said.

California follows New York in the number of cases; 799 cases have been recorded in the state so far

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