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A newsletter of the Boulder County Public Health Communicable Disease Control Division.

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October 2016
  • Public Health Looks Out for Animal-Borne Disease
  • Small Zika Case Cluster in Florida
  • Climate Changes Projected to Impact Health
August 2016
  • Immunization Changes Coming to Schools
  • What You Say Makes a Difference
  • Boulder County Experiencing an Opioid Epidemic
June 2016
  • System Developed to Support Vulnerable Residents in Emergencies
  • Community Participates in Infectious Disease Response Planning
  • Work with Patients to Determine Zika Testing Eligibility
April 2016
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) on the Rise
  • Zika Virus Transmission Being Investigated
  • Zika Virus Testing and Specimen Collection Guidelines
February 2016
  • Another Record Year of Tularemia Cases and Above Average Enteric Infections: 2015 Communicable Disease Control Summary
  • Plans to Combat and Eliminate Tuberculosis in 2016
  • Influenza: Slowly Spreading
December 2015
  • Preparing for Infectious Disease Emergencies is More Important than Ever
  • Use Your Skills to Help in an Emergency
  • Update on Ebola Virus Transmission in Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea
October 2015
  • Serogroup B Meningococcal Disease: Fast-Moving and Lethal
  • Meningococcal B Vaccination for Adolescents and Young Adults is Covered by Insurance
  • Flu Vaccination is Also Important for Health Care Personnel
August 2015
  • HPV Vaccination Rates Remain Low in Colorado
  • Communicable Disease Seminar & Supper on October 1, 2015
  • Large Outbreak of MERS-CoV in Korea
June 2015
  • Friendly, Local Communicable Disease Epidemiologists are Available to Support You
  • Nationwide Outbreak in Birds: Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza
April 2015
  • Some Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Rates on the Rise in Boulder County
  • Services & Strategies Available to Improve Sexually Transmitted Disease Outcomes
  • Think Measles when Evaluating Rash
February 2015
  • Record Number of Tularemia Cases and Influenza Hospitalizations
  • Public Heath is Partnering for Ebola Preparedness Planning

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