Mpox Digital Toolkit

In partnership with the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, the Department has launched a series of robust, multimedia education campaigns to encourage eligible New Yorkers to start or complete their two-dose mpox vaccine series now to help prevent another outbreak.

Help get the word out in your county and get the resources you need:

The statewide campaign includes powerful imagery highlighting two themes to raise awareness and to draw the attention of New Yorkers.

Download the materials and start using them today!

Social Media


New Yorkers, start or complete your two-dose mpox vaccine series now to prevent another outbreak. Learn more:


#DrJamesMcDonald: "While mpox cases are extremely low in New York, cases continue to be diagnosed. There's still a risk of resurgence. We're taking proactive measures to encourage those at risk to get fully vaccinated by getting both doses." Learn more: Learn more:


It Takes Two. It takes two to hug… to tango… two doses to protect yourself from mpox. Start your mpox vaccine series today! Learn more: Learn more:


Mpox can spread to anyone through close, personal, skin-to-skin contact. Get vaccinated for you and your community. Learn more:


Prevent mpox with *TWO* doses of the vaccine.

  • ➡️ Avoid close or intimate contact with people who may be infected.
  • ➡️ Watch for symptoms.
  • ➡️ Get tested. Treat and then isolate, if you test positive.

Learn more:


Get vaccinated, with *BOTH* doses to protect yourself. Anyone can get mpox. It's important to know the symptoms, how it spreads and what to do if you are exposed. Learn more:


Mpox can spread to anyone through:

  • Direct contact with mpox rash, scabs or body fluids.
  • Prolonged exposure to respiratory secretions.
  • Intimate physical contact such as sex.

It takes two vaccinations for the best protection.