new in mmwr: jynneos mpox vaccine, mpox among transgender adults, and more

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december 30, 2022

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the figure is a graphic explaining how people who received jynneos vaccine and got mpox had lower rates of hospitalization. it reads, “cdc recommends 2 doses of jynneos vaccine for people determined to be at high risk for mpox.” there is an illustration of a timeline with the first dose on day 1 and the 2nd dose on day 28. 

demographic and clinical characteristics of mpox in persons who had previously received 1 dose of jynneos vaccine and in unvaccinated persons — 29 u.s. jurisdictions, may 22–september 3, 2022

analysis of mpox infections among unvaccinated persons and those who had received 1 jynneos vaccine dose ≥14 days before illness onset found that the odds of fever, headache, malaise, myalgia, and chills were significantly lower among vaccinated patients than among unvaccinated patients.



the figure is a line graph showing the percentage of emergency department visits for pain at which opioids were given or prescribed, by patient age and year, in the united states during 2010–2020, according to the national hospital ambulatory medical care survey. 

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the figure is a photo of a medical professional placing a band-aid on another person’s arm.

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