PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 30, 2015 Contact: Nicole Blanchard, Epidemiologist Tel. (607) 832-5200 | email@example.com Pertussis Investigation Update There are seven (7) confirmed positive cases of pertussis in the Walton area. Delaware County Public Health continues to work with Walton Central School, physicians, and the community to identify and notify students and residents
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 21, 2015 Contact: Nicole Blanchard Tel. (607) 832-5200 | firstname.lastname@example.org Pertussis (Whooping Cough) in Delaware County Currently one (1) Delaware County resident has been confirmed with Pertussis. Delaware County Public Health’s investigation is ongoing to identify possible exposures. If you or your child has been around someone with pertussis,
The Suicide Prevention Network of Delaware County will be hosting “Let’s Talk About It”, in Sidney and Delhi on Monday September 21st.
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Office of Communications 4330 East West Highway, Bethesda, MD 20814 www.cpsc.gov Imagine Nation Books Recalls Pink Giraffe Animal Purse Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard Full Info here Recall Date: September 2, 2015 Recall Number: 15-229 Recall Summary Name of Product: Pink Giraffe Animal Purse Hazard: The red paint on
Delaware County Public Health will be conducting a Car Seat Event during Child Passenger Safety Week (September 13-19, 2015). Certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians will be at Delhi Campus Child Care Center (DC4) 1104 Arbor Hill Road Delhi, NY 13753 on Thursday, September 17th from 3PM-6PM, to check car seats and give instruction to parents
A raccoon has tested positive for rabies in Delaware County. This is the first animal testing positive for rabies in 2015, according to Heather Warner, Health Education Coordinator for Delaware County Public Health Services. The raccoon was sent to NYS State Rabies Laboratory for testing. The positive test results were received Monday September 1, 2015. There was no human exposure.
According to the CDC motor vehicle injuries are the leading cause of death among children in the U.S. But many of these deaths can be prevented. Placing children in age- and size-appropriate car seats and booster seats reduces serious and fatal injuries by more than half. Parents and caregivers will have an opportunity to have
As school finishes up and excitement and anticipation for summer vacations begin, immunizations are not on the list of things to consider, but they should be. I recently participated in an educational event hosted by a physician.