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CDC Resource for Monkeypox

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This afternoon, CDC released a new resource for educators related to monkeypox. The frequently asked questions from Schools, Early Care and Education Programs, and Other Settings Serving Children or Adolescents about monkeypox.

At this time, the risk of monkeypox to children and adolescents in the United States is low. However, this resource answers frequently asked questions about monkeypox for administrators and staff of K-12 schools, early care and education (ECE) programs, camps, and other community settings serving children or adolescents (for example, sports leagues and after-school programs). ECE programs may include center-based childcare, family childcare, Head Start, or other early learning, early intervention and preschool/pre-kindergarten programs delivered in schools, homes, or other community settings. This information may also be helpful to parents who have questions about monkeypox.

Please check the CDC webpage often for additional information and updates.


*Archived from H&H's Constant Contact Newsletter [8.22.2022]

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