Health News You Can Use: Infectious Disease Update: Monkeypox, COVID, & Flu

The United States has surpassed 21,000 cases of Monkeypox, which is the most out of any country. But the good news is that cases appear to be slowing as vaccines become more available.

This week for an infectious disease update, we’re getting answers from Dr. Sarah Boyd, infectious disease physician at Saint Luke’s Health System, about high versus low-risk activities for contracting Monkeypox, as well as what to expect this fall with the flu and COVID-19.

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