Surveillance and investigation of infectious diseases in our community

  • Disease Surveillance
  • Epidemiologic Investigations
  • Tuberculosis Screening and Case Management


Mpox infection can cause an illness that includes rashes and other flu-like symptoms.  It does not commonly occur in the United States, but the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) and Rappahannock-Rapidan Health District (RRHD) are responding to an outbreak of cases.

Mpox vaccine is now available in RRHD.  We have a very limited supply, and are working to ensure that residents who have been exposed or are at high risk of being exposed to monkeypox receive a vaccination. If you are interested in obtaining mpox vaccine, please call the Fauquier County Health Department and ask to speak with an epidemiologist or Stephanie Peterson, RRHD Disease Intervention Specialist: (540) 347-6400. 

For information on mpox in Virginia, please visit the VDH mpox website. If you are a healthcare provider, please visit the mpox website for healthcare providers.


Office of Epidemiology

Epi-1 Request Form