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Clean Kitchen Awards
File a Nuisance Complaint
Find Service Providers
Programs
Overview
Birth Certificates
Death Certificates
Epidemiology & Assessment
HIV and STD Prevention and Services
Nursing
Rabies & Dog Bites
Request Documents & Forms
For Businesses
Clean Kitchen Awards
File a Nuisance Complaint
Licensing and Permits for Sewage Treatment/Septic Systems
Programs
Overview
Birth Certificates
Death Certificates
Epidemiology & Assessment
HIV and STD Prevention and Services
Nursing
Rabies & Dog Bites
Request Documents & Forms

Recover

The same holds true for emergencies involving public health. When it appears that a public health emergency is coming to a close, public health officials will continue to carry out response efforts: distributing necessary preventative medicines or vaccines; providing education and communication to help prevent the situation from flaring up or recurring; determining if new rules or regulations should be adopted to prevent the emergency from occurring again; monitoring the community for after effects and investigating the cause of the emergency.

At the conclusion of any emergency involving a public health response, we will evaluate our response effort and make any necessary changes to our emergency response plans, including additional training for staff.

 

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