New York City is among the first places in the nation to offer monkeypox vaccinations to the public

Gay and bisexual men in New York City who are at a ‘high risk’ of catching monkeypox are being offered a vaccine to protect against the infection.

Nearly 30 cases of the rash-causing virus, which is usually only spotted in Africa, have been detected in The Big Apple so far. Almost all have been among men who have sex with men.

In a bid to stem the rising case tally, the New York City Health Department opened a clinic Thursday to roll out the two-dose Jynneous vaccine —  which is 85 percent…

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