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Expert issues monkeypox advice for unvaccinated people as Scots cases pass 70

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monkeypox vaccine supplies diminish, a health expert has shared guidance for people unvaccinated from the viral disease. The latest figures confirm 71 Scottish cases - an increase of four from the last week, reports Public Health Scotland (PHS).

Doctors have warned jabs will run out within 'days', leaving a month-long gap before the next shipment in September, the Financial Times reported on Wednesday.

Without more doses, the disease could become endemic, warned Dr Claire Dewsnap, president of the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH).

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