CHAIR FLETCHER & COUNTY SUPPORT CALIFORNIA STATE OF EMERGENCY FOR MONKEYPOX
Nathan Fletcher, Chair of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, is supportive of the State of California’s decision tonight to declare a State of Emergency for Monkeypox, and committed the County of San Diego will continue to work with state and city leaders to deliver resources to protect the San Diego County community.
“Governor Newsom and our California Department of Public Health have put us in a position of strength when it comes to addressing Monkeypox outbreaks by declaring an emergency. Our County has been working with the community to distribute vaccines and information, and this action by the State will allow them to better support our County as we administer services. We are likely to align with the State in the coming days by making our own declaration.”
County Text Alert System & Website for Monkeypox
San Diego County residents can receive information about Monkeypox via text. Health officials are now sending real-time information about the impact of Monkeypox in the region along with details about available services. Sign up to receive messages by texting COSD MONKEYPOX to 468-311.