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Exclusive: ‘Explain decision to not order more monkeypox vaccines’, Labour tells UK government

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Thérèse Coffey has been urged to “reassure the public” about the monkeypox outbreak after it emerged that she rejected advice to buy extra vaccine doses due to value-for-money concerns.

The newly appointed Health Secretary was also asked to clarify whether or not she received any advice suggesting she “ignore” the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), according to a letter seen by GAY TIMES.

Sent on 4 October by Wes Streeting, the Shadow Health Secretary and Labour MP for Ilford North, it comes three days after news broke that Coffey opted not to order a recommended 70,000 extra doses of the vaccine that protects against monkeypox.

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