The monkeypox vaccine (Jynneos) is now available for students at Student Health

Please note that there are limited supplies.

 

 

Monkeypox vaccine is currently being prioritized by the CDC to the following identified people:

  • People who are known contacts to someone with monkeypox who are identified by public health authorities, for example via case investigation, contact tracing, or risk exposure assessment
  • People who are aware that a recent sex partner within the past 14 days was diagnosed with monkeypox
  • People who attended an event or venue where there was known monkeypox exposure

Also included are:

Gay, bisexual, and other men (including cisgender and transgender men) who have sex with men (MSM) or transgender women who meet at least one of the following criteria:

  • Sex with multiple partners (or group sex); or recent sex with anonymous male partners; or sex at a commercial sex venue; or sex in association with an event, venue, or defined geographic area where monkeypox transmission is occurring
  • Have been diagnosed with a bacterial sexually transmitted disease (e.g., chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis) in the past 12 months,
  • Have engaged in chemsex (using drugs as part of sex life),
  • Have attended sex-on-premises venues (e.g., saunas, bathhouses, sex clubs),
  • Use or are recommended to use HIV PrEP,
  • Are living with HIV

If the above applies to you and you would like to get the vaccine, please login to the patient portal and go to "Appointments" to schedule the monkeypox vaccine.   Patient Portal For more information visit: UCOP | UCSB Campus Wellbeing | SB County Public Health CA Dept of Public Health | Centers for Disease Control (CDC) 

If the above applies to you and you would like to get the vaccine, please login to the patient portal and go to "Appointments" to schedule the monkeypox vaccine.  

Patient Portal

For more information visit: UCOPUCSB Campus Wellbeing | SB County Public Health |CA Dept of Public Health | Centers for Disease Control (CDC)