People who live or work in San Francisco are eligible for a Jynneos MPX vaccine:
- Gay or bisexual men, or any man or trans person who has sex with men or trans people
Sex workers of any sexual orientation or gender identity
Persons who have had close contact within the past 14 days with someone with suspected or confirmed monkeypox
Persons who had close contact with others at a venue or event or within a social group in the past 14 days where a suspected or confirmed MPX case was identified. This includes persons who received notice from a venue or event of a potential exposure within the past 14 days
Laboratory workers who routinely perform MPX virus testing
Clinicians who have had a high-risk occupational exposure (e.g., examined MPX lesions or collected MPX specimens without using recommended personal protective equipment)
If a person receives one dose, a second dose can be administered without having to restart the series, even if the second dose is given after the minimum interval of four weeks.
Since no vaccine is 100 percent effective, it is important for individuals to reduce their risk of potential exposures to MPX both before and after being vaccinated.
MPX Vaccine Sites
People should seek the second dose from their health care provider, regardless of where their first dose was obtained.
The vaccination clinic at ZSFG at 1001 Potrero, Building 30, will continue as a walk in clinic for both first and second doses. A limited number of second doses will be available every day from Monday, September 12 through Friday, September 16 (8 am to 4 pm) and on Sunday, September 18 (8 am-3:30 pm) or until vaccine supply is exhausted for each day. We will provide the community with updates as the situation develops.
The following locations have supplies of Jynneos vaccine by appointment only:
Adult Immunization and Travel Clinic (AITC) patients: please make an online appointment at www.TravelClinicSF.org
SF City Clinic: call 628-217-6600
Strut patients: call 628-212-8038
Kaiser Permanente patients and non-patients: call 415-833-9999
SF Health Network patients: call your provider or health center directly
UCSF patients and non-patients: call 415-502-3566
Links to downloadable MPX information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:
MPX Facts for People Who are Sexually Active (Source: CDC)
Learn about MPX and Safer Sex (Source: CDC)
Social Gatherings: Know Before You Go (Source: CDC)
MPX – Disinfection of the Home and Non- Healthcare Settings (Source: CDC)