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Governor Newsom has issued a Proclamation of a State of Emergency, on 8/1, for California in response to monkeypox (MPX). This PIN provides general information and resources related to the MPX virus.
According to the CDC, MPX is a rare disease caused by infection with the MPX virus. MPX is not related to chickenpox. MPX is a public health concern because the virus is part of the same family of viruses as smallpox and can be spread from infected humans, animals, and materials contaminated with the virus. MPX is less transmissible than smallpox, with symptoms similar to smallpox symptoms, but milder.
MPX spreads primarily through direct contact with infectious sores, scabs, or body fluids, including during sex, as well as activities like kissing, hugging, massaging, and cuddling. MPX can spread through touching materials used by a person with MPX that haven't been cleaned, such as clothing and bedding. It can also spread by respiratory secretions during prolonged, close, face-to-face contact. Symptoms start 5-21 days after exposure and can last 2-4 weeks.
The CDC states MPX is rarely fatal, but cases can be more severe for those who are older and have existing comorbidities such as eczema, those who suffer various immunodeficiencies like HIV or AIDS, or those going through chemotherapy. However, MPX can lead to other complications such as pneumonia and encephalitis, which can be fatal.
RCFE’s are required to report a suspected or confirmed outbreak of MPX to their local Regional office, the resident’s authorized representative, and to their local health department as required.
Contact your local health department for guidance on determining if MPX cases constitute an outbreak.
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The California Department of Social Services has issued a Provider Information Notice (PIN) 22-05-CCLD, informing licensees, providers, and home care aides of Governor Newsom's Proclamation of a State of Emergency for California in response to the rising number of monkeypox (MPX) cases. The notice provides general information and resources related to the MPX virus and reporting requirements for licensees. Adult and Senior Care licensees are required to report a suspected or confirmed outbreak of MPX to their local Regional office, the person's in care authorized representative, and to their local health department as required by applicable regulations. There are currently no requirements for Home Care Organization licensees to report a case and/or an outbreak of MPX to CCLD. However, licensees are encouraged to report a case and/or an outbreak of MPX to their local health department immediately.
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