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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management

Novel Coronavirus: COVID-19

On February 28, 2020 the World Health Organization officials upgraded its global risk assessment of the novel coronavirus' potential for spread and impact from "high" to "very high." The Florida Department of Health (Department) is working closely with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to monitor the current outbreak of COVID-19 and is actively working to ensure that the most up-to-date CDC guidance is quickly and accurately disseminated to local partners.

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DOH-Bradford and DOH-Union Promote Healthy Living at County Fair

DOH-Bradford and DOH-Union Promote Healthy Living at County Fair
DOH-Bradford and Union staff, Lindsey Borgner, CDA, Shelby Parmenter, RDH and Kasey Cornwall, manned their fair booth to promote healthy living.

In early March, DOH-Bradford and DOH-Union joined many other organizations at the 2020 Bradford County Fair. Blood pressure screenings were completed at the Annual Senior Day, which hosted about 250+ seniors. Throughout the week, staff members worked to provide the community with health information such as healthy eating tips, proper dental care, heart health and helmet fittings – including a free helmet. This gave DOH-Bradford and DOH-Union the opportunity to speak face-to-face with the community regarding COVID-19 concerns and prevention such as good hand washing and staying home when sick. Hundreds of educational materials were distributed at this successful outreach event.

DOH-Highlands Provides Hepatitis A Immunizations to 1st Responders

DOH-Highlands Provides Hepatitis A Immunizations to 1st Responders
The Highlands Epidemiology and Preparedness Team and South Florida State College Nursing students participated in the event.

In late January, DOH-Highlands participated in a Hepatitis A outreach event. The Epidemiology department, in cooperation with the South Florida State College nursing program, offered Hepatitis A and Flu vaccines to first responders that were participating in a regional training offered by the Florida Bureau of Fire, Arson and Explosive Investigations. In addition, the vaccines were provided to students of the emergency medical services and nursing programs. Hep A immunizations were provided to 38 First Responders, EMS students, and Nursing students.

DOH-Palm Beach Offers Helpful & Educational Services at South Florida Fair

DOH-Palm Beach Offers Helpful & Educational Services at South Florida Fair
DOH-Palm Beach at South Florida Fair.

In late January, the South Florida Fair was held in West Palm Beach. The fair allowed the Florida Department of Health in Palm Beach County to take advantage of this opportunity to provide helpful educational services to those in need. Educational sessions offered literature in the form of flyers, booklets, research posters, an opioid awareness survey and more. Immunization services were also made available to the residents. Hepatitis A and Flu vaccines were the main focus. Approximately 3,340 people visited the DOH booth. Of those visitors, 1,030 received health education information, 136 received immunizations and 572 had their immunization status assessed.

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