Monkeypox spread leads to more vaccine demand
Pressure is growing on the Biden administration to make more monkeypox vaccines available as the outbreak spreads.
And now, parents in an Illinois town are living in fear for their children after a daycare worker tested positive for the virus.
Maggie Vespa reports.
State officials there say they requested and received approval from the FDA for anyone under the age of 18 to receive the vaccine.
They’ve also promised mobile testing and vaccination stations so any parent looking to get their child vaccinated, should be able to.