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- How Agencies with Frontline Feds are Responding to the Monkeypox Outbreak - August 26, 2022
As of Monday, there were almost 16,000 cases reported in the U.S.
Courtney Buble, Government Executive
Since the monkeypox outbreak started in May, there have been almost 16,000 reported cases in the United States and now some federal agencies with frontline employees are taking action to protect their workforce.
As of now, the virus is most prevalent in men who have sex with men, but anyone who comes in close, personal contact with an infected individual is at risk, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Government Executive asked some federal agencies what precautions they are taking for their staff and those in custody.
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