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Letters, guidance and a supporting tool outlining the NHS response to the ongoing monkeypox outbreak.

 

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This letter explains that the public health agencies of the four nations of the UK have agreed that, as from 5 July 2022, the current specific outbreak clade of monkeypox in the UK will no longer be designated as a high consequence infectious disease.

Published 6 July 2022.

Summary

In response to the monkepox outbreak, in line with the UK Health Security Agency principles paper, a risk stratified clinical approach has been developed to ensure that confirmed cases receive appropriate care, while also managing transmission risk.

Updated 22 September 2022.

Summary

This letter outlines the NHS response to the ongoing monkeypox outbreak.

Summary

This document sets out the safe care of positive monkeypox cases who are able to isolate at home.

Summary

This guidance sets out measures for the operational delivery of monkeypox vaccinations in line with UK Health
Security Agency (UKHSA) guidance.