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With time, the Monkeypox vaccine provides good protection

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A review of academic literature published in the Journal of Internet Medical Research last year determined, when it comes to information about health topics, social media is not the place to turn. (Unless you follow me, of course!) One study found 87 percent of health-related posts contain misinformation.

More than 40 percent of posts about vaccines contain incorrect information. These findings are, perhaps, not surprising. But they are important to keep in mind as we doom-scroll for information about monkeypox.

I’ve already seen a number of posts on Twitter claiming to have monkeypox breakthrough infections after vaccination. One author said they developed a monkeypox rash two weeks after vaccination.

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