ASL: Director Debrief: Intradermal Administration of Monkeypox Vaccine

CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky is joined by Dr. John Brooks, CDC’s Monkeypox Response Chief Medical Officer, to discuss what you need to know about intradermal vaccine administration of JYNNEOS monkeypox vaccine, ASL

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