Only those at high risk will receive the vaccine, according to UK health officials.
"There is an urgent need for a non-discriminatory and non-stigmatising name."
Experts are still unravelling details about the virus that has taken doctors by surprise.
This controversial new UK guidance is supposed to stop transmission of the virus, even though it's not an STI.
Medically speaking, they're still very different viruses.
Experts have stressed that anyone can catch monkeypox, regardless of sexual orientation.
The virus, usually found in West and Central Africa, has caused a spike in cases around the world recently.
The chief secretary to the Treasury said the outbreak of the disease was not "anywhere near" as serious as the Covid pandemic.
The mysterious cause of transmission has stumped the medical community.