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Mpox Vaccine

For best protection, get a 2nd dose.

Vaccine Eligibility

In alignment with CDPH Mpox Guidance, the Alameda County Public Health Department recommends that anyone who may be at risk for or in need of additional protection from Mpox receive the JYNNEOS vaccine. Mpox vaccine providers should offer JYNNEOS vaccine to ANY person who may be at risk or believes they may be at risk, and ANY person who requests vaccination should receive it. Providers should not require that a person share a reason for wanting vaccination. 


Alameda County is working with community partners to vaccinate:

·       Gay and bisexual men, men who have sex with men, and their sex partners

·       Transgender people and their sex partners

·       Sex workers and their sex partners

·       People with multiple sex partners

·       People living with HIV

·       People who had sex at any sex venue

·       Healthcare workers who are likely to collect laboratory specimens from persons with Mpox (e.g., persons working in sexual health clinics or clinical settings that serve at-risk populations)

·       Laboratory workers who perform Mpox testing

·       Anyone who has been exposed to someone with Mpox, regardless of timeframe

Note: Although the vaccine will now be offered to anyone who thinks they are at risk, more effort is needed to reach Black/African American and Hispanic/Latinx people who may be at risk for mpox. Of persons in Alameda County with mpox, 40% are Hispanic/Latinx and 24% are Black/African American; but only 18% of vaccine recipients are Hispanic/Latinx and 12% are Black/African American.

For answers to common questions about the Mpox vaccine, see Facts about the Mpox Vaccine (FAQ).


Upcoming Vaccine Opportunities

Alameda County is currently working with community partners to accommodate Alameda County residents who need vaccine. Please note that no appointment is needed unless otherwise specified. More information will be shared as it becomes available.

To find Mpox vaccine appointments and walk-up opportunities, visit: MyTurn – California Vaccine Scheduling & Notifications.

The following are upcoming vaccine opportunities (walk-ups welcome, unless otherwise specified):

Clinic Name & Link

Glenn Burke Wellness Clinic (Private In-Clinic Setting)

Walk-ups & Appointments Welcome

Book Appointment: click here

Oakland LGBTQ Center

3207 Lakeshore Ave,

Oakland, CA 94610

1st Tuesday of the month, 11am – 4pm

La Familia (Private In-Clinic Setting)

Appointment Required

Book Appointment via: tinyURL.com/MPX-skywest

(510) 954-0560

Skywest Golf Course

1401 Golf Course Rd,

Hayward, CA 94541

Thursdays, 9am – 3pm


Vaccine Availability through Health Care Providers

Using an equity framework, Alameda County is working to partner with health care settings that reach communities most impacted by the Mpox outbreak. To date, the following Alameda County providers have received vaccine supply:

    • AIDS Healthcare Foundation
    • Alta Bates Sutter
    • Asian Health Services
    • Bay Area Community Health Liberty Clinic
    • Chenming and Martin Hu Medical Center
    • Highland Hospital – Urgent Care Clinic, K-building Floor 7 
    • Kaiser Permanente Fremont
    • Kaiser Permanente Oakland
    • Kaiser Permanente San Leandro
    • La Clinica
    • La Familia
    • Lifelong Medical
    • Oakland Children’s Hospital
    • One Health
    • Stanford Emeryville
    • Stanford Tri-Valley
    • Tiburcio Vasquez Health Centers
    • Washington Hospital

Printable list with addresses and phone numbers: Alameda County Mpox Vaccine Clinics 

Note: Contact your provider for up-to-date availability.

About Vaccine Availability 

The number of JYNNEOS doses (i.e., Mpox vaccine) provided to Alameda County is based on a calculation set by the federal and state government.

Recently, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) provided authorization for the vaccine to be given intradermally; this allows for more doses of vaccine per vial (4-5 compared to 1).

Federal and State Mpox Resources

Have a Question about the Mpox Vaccine?

For answers to common questions about the MPX vaccine, see Facts about the Mpox Vaccine (FAQ).

Alameda County staff are available to answer your questions about what Mpox is and how to access vaccine or treatment.