Categories: New York State
Below are resources and guidance on Monkeypox (MPV) from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), New York State Department of Health (DOH), and the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYC DOHMH), including guidance specific to non-healthcare congregate settings.
- New York State Guidance For Monkeypox Cases in Non-Healthcare Congregate Settings
- New York State Guidance for Cleaning and Disinfection for Non-Healthcare Settings: During and After Isolation for Monkeypox
- CDC’s Preventing Transmission of Monkeypox in Congregate Settings fact sheet
- NYC DOHMH information on Monkeypox
- NYC DOHMH Data page for Monkeypox
- How to Protect Yourself and Others from MPV
- What to do when you have MPV
- How to Safely Wash Your laundry When You Have Monkeypox
- Palm cards to print and share with clients/staff
- Palm cards to print and share with clients/staff in Spanish
- Resources for providers, including recorded & upcoming webinars
- Request a virtual presentation on monkeypox
God’s Love We Deliver is serving individuals with a monkeypox diagnosis. Anyone isolating because of a monkeypox diagnosis is eligible to receive nutritious, home-delivered meals for a 30-day period. Referral form is here.