Social Media Toolkit

The following resources developed to support monkeypox recommendations can be downloaded or printed. The social media messages can be used for Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.

Follow CDC on social media for additional content:

Social Media Content

Click an image to download it. The copy samples can be used for Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram posts. Keep in mind that URLs do not become active links when used on Instagram. To direct Instagram users to an external website, add the link to your bio and let your followers know to click the link in your bio for more information.

4 Things You Can Do If You Are Exposed to Monkeypox

Four things to do if exposed graphic. Learn more at www.cdc.gov/monkeypox

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If you were exposed to #monkeypox, talk to a healthcare provider about the monkeypox vaccine and monitor your health for symptoms. If you develop a rash, avoid close contact, including sex with anyone until you see a healthcare provider. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3RRSSnH

Facts About JYNNEOS Intradermal Vaccination

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Intradermal administration of the JYNNEOS vaccine allows providers to administer up to five separate doses from a single vial. This method will help us protect more people from getting #monkeypox with our existing supply of vaccines. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3L3lSqz

Planning to Attend a Festival or an Event?

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#Monkeypox can spread through close, sustained physical contact. Consider how much skin-to-skin contact is likely to occur at any event you plan to attend. Here’s how you can protect yourself and others before, during, and after an event: https://bit.ly/3AKvJg1

Visual Examples of Monkeypox Rash

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#Monkeypox can cause a rash that may look like pimples or blisters, sometimes with respiratory symptoms. Learn what to do if you have a new or unexplained rash or other symptoms: https://bit.ly/3ArxzSO.

En Español

La viruela símica o del mono puede causar un sarpullido que puede verse como granos o ampollas, a veces con síntomas respiratorios. Infórmate sobre qué hacer si tienes un sarpullido o síntomas nuevos o sin causa aparente: https://bit.ly/3S0ZCzM

Do's and Don'ts to Prevent Getting Monkeypox

Steps to prevent monkeypox

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Steps to prevent #monkeypox:

🚫 Avoid close, skin-to-skin contact with people who have a rash that looks like monkeypox.

🚫 Do not handle or touch bedding, towels, or clothing of a person with monkeypox.

✔️ Wash hands often.

Learn more: https://bit.ly/3HpRDbh

Sigue estos pasos para evitar la viruela símica o del mono

En Español

Cómo prevenir la #viruela símica o del mono

🚫 Evita el contacto de piel a piel con alguien que tenga un sarpullido similar al de la viruela del mono.

🚫 No toques la ropa de cama, toallas o ropa de alguien con viruela del mono.

✔️ Lávate las manos a menudo.

https://bit.ly/3Ljrehk

Take These Steps to Prevent Getting Monkeypox

Steps to prevent getting monkeypox. Illustration shows handwashing

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#Monkeypox can spread to anyone through close, personal contact. Avoid skin-to-skin contact with people who have a rash that looks like monkeypox.

Learn other steps you can take to prevent monkeypox: https://bit.ly/3ANQvg5

Toma medidas para prevenir contraer la viruela símica o del mono

En Español

La viruela símica o del mono puede propagarse a cualquier persona por el contacto cercano personal. Evita el contacto de piel a piel con alguien que tenga un sarpullido similar al de la viruela del mono. Averigua qué más puedes hacer para prevenirla: https://bit.ly/3Ljrehk

What You Need to Know about Monkeypox If You Are a Teen or Young Adult

What you need to know about monkeypox if you are a teen or young adult.

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Teens and young adults: Learn about #monkeypox, and what to do if you think you might have it. https://bit.ly/3KlFmpI

5 Things Sexually Active People Need to Know about Monkeypox

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Watch this video to learn five things sexually active people need to know about #monkeypox. https://bit.ly/3PSsSY3