U.S. facing monkeypox vaccine shortage

As the monkeypox outbreak in the U.S. continues to spread, demand for the vaccine is outpacing supply. According to a Washington Post article, no more shots are scheduled to arrive until October at the earliest, putting tens of thousands of high-risk men at risk. National reporter Dan Diamond authored that piece and joins CBS News’ Lana Zak to discuss.

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