MPX vaccines at Pridefest Oakland

Pridefest Oakland 2022 is making MPX vaccines available during its yearly LGBTQ celebration on Sunday September 11.

Alameda County Health Care Services Agency is encouraging vaccines for gay and bisexual men, men who have sex with men or transgender people, and sex workers. The agency is making 1,200 doses of vaccine against MPX (monkeypox) on a first-come, first-served basis.

Hours are 11am-6pm or until supplies last. The vaccine clinic is at 1970 Franklin St., Oakland in the Union Bank parking lot. Entrance to Pridefest is at 20th & Broadway.

For more information on eligibility, other vaccine opportunities, or further questions, please see the Public Health Department’s site at mpx.acgov.org/vaccine.

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