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Two versions of monkeypox are circulating in the U.S., CDC says

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Concerns are growing over the monkeypox virus in the U.S. as the CDC is now saying the cases appear to be coming from two different outbreaks. NBC News Steven Romo reports on why experts say focusing on vaccinating people in outbreak hot spots like Africa is the answer to help stop the spread.