The **Monkey Pox Vaccine** is a vaccination used to help prevent Monkey Pox infections in humans. It was approved by the U.
S. Food and Drug Administration in October 201 The vaccine is made from a live-attenuated or weakened form of the virus, meaning that it has been altered to make it less dangerous than the natural virus.
Once administered, the modified virus stimulates the body’s immune system to build up antibodies that can protect against future infections with the wild-type virus. The vaccine is recommended for use in healthy people aged 12 months to 45 years old.