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Some local gay resorts are closing parts of facilities in response to Monkeypox

Some specifically gay resorts in the Valley are taking steps to prevent the spread of Monkeypox.

DAP Health claims to have had fruitful meetings with the owners of CCBC and All World Resort hotels.

The organization says hotels have taken immediate action by closing parts of their facilities and also providing space for Monkeypox vaccines as soon as they become available.

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David Brinkman, president of DAP Health, said it’s time to have a candid conversation about Monkeypox and how to slow transmission.

“Most of the men who own them have been through the AIDS crisis, and so they’ve reacted very, very positively to cooperating to make sure Monkeypox doesn’t spread through their facility,” Brinkman said.

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