The United Kingdom is currently experiencing a temporary shortage of monkeypox vaccines.
However, the country said more doses will come next September amid a slowdown in the outbreak, Bloomberg News reported.
Bloomberg quoted a statement from the British Health Security Agency on Monday as saying a total of 50,000 doses of the vaccine, the maximum amount now available to UK health authorities will be allocated to clinics across the country by the end of next week,
The statement added that another 100,000 doses of the monkeypox vaccine have been ordered, but they will not be delivered until later next month.
The British government is working with the vaccine manufacturer, Bavarian Nordic A/S, in an effort to speed up deliveries.