If you think you have been exposed or have monkeypox symptoms:
Stay home, wear a mask, and cover sores/rash if you are around others.
Avoid Close Contact
Do not come in close contact with others.
Please do not walk-in to a health center location; instead, call us today to schedule your telehealth appointment.
Key Symptoms Include:
Rash, Bumps, or Blisters
These may appear anywhere on the body, including the genitals. This may look similar to syphilis, herpes, or other common skin rashes.
Other Symptoms Include:
- Fever and headaches
- Muscle aches
- Swollen lymph nodes
Omni Family Health does not currently have the monkeypox vaccine. The monkeypox vaccine is currently available only through your county health department. See links below:
- Kern County: kernpublichealth.com/monkeypox/
- Kings County: www.kcdph.com/monkeypox-information
- Tulare County: tchhsa.org/eng/public-health/monkeypox-in-tulare-county
- Fresno County: www.co.fresno.ca.us/departments/monkeypox
For more updates on monkeypox please visit the following websites:
California Department of Public Health (CDPH)www.cdph.ca.gov
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)www.cdc.gov