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PREPARING DALLAS COUNTY

Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS) is hard at work preparing and educating the public, cities, hospitals, first responders, schools, faith-based organizations, service organizations, and service providers regarding the potential impact of an influenza pandemic. Should a pandemic happen, DCHHS will quickly identify the pandemic flu strain in people, track its spread in the community and make recommendations to control its spread. DCHHS encourages everyone to take personal responsibility by developing a preparedness plan for their home and workplace.

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Communicable Disease Division
Comprehensive Energy Assistance Program (CEAP)
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HIV Testing & Counseling Clinic
Home Loan Counseling Program
Older Adult Services Program
Preventive Health Division
Public Health Preparedness Division
Ryan White Division
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Clinic
Tuberculosis Division
Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP)
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  • DCHHS has posted it's heat-related illness report. Heat exhaustion reports are up to 203 in Dallas County. It'll be 109 degrees this weekend! Check on the elderly,young, sick or overweight as they are vulnerable may need your help. http://ow.ly/JSzn30l3gUn #beattheheat #water #hot

  • ‪DCHHS is set to release its Heat-related illness surveillance report today. Reports of heat exhaustion are expected to triple. ‬ ‪ ‬ ‪Stay up-to-date on local weather alerts and remember to stay hydrated! ‬

  • Are you prepared for an emergency? Learn the tips from DCHHS' Public Health Educator Marisa Gonzales! This week, the health educator spoke at Duncanville ISD.

  • ‪DCHHS' lab confirmed mosquitoes are now testing positive for WNV in the 75248 and 75254 zip codes of City of Dallas . Samples also tested positive in the 75230,75240 and 75044 zip codes of Dallas and Garland Texas . Remember to use the 4D's this weekend! http://ow.ly/1kn930l3a0x

  • ‪*West Nile Watch Update July 19*‬ ‪#Mosquitoes have tested positive for WNV in more zip codes through out Dallas County @garlandtxgov @cityofmesquite ‬ ‪Residents should remember to use the 4D's ! Have mosquitoes tested positive near you ? ow.ly/Im0a30kv5vX‬

  • ‪Heat-related illnesses are expected to increase this week. DCHHS discussed heat and summer safety this week along with DPD Community Engagement at Walnut Hill Senior Center @DPDCA ‬

  • DID YOU KNOW? Those living in urban areas may be at a greater risk from the effects of a prolonged heat wave than those living in rural areas.

  • Today, DCHHS' laboratory confirmed mosquito samples have tested positive for WNV in DeSoto, Dallas, Garland, and University Park. Are mosquitoes testing positive for #WNV in your zip code? http://ow.ly/BNWD30l0YpW. Remember to use the 4D'S when outdoors !

  • Have your children received their back to school immunizations? DCHHS's immunization and public health preparedness team bring immunizations to the community at Stronger Together Spring Bash.

  • Dallas launches campaign to vaccinate homeless against Hepatitis A https://bit.ly/2mpdMh9 via @wfaa @DemondFernandez https://bit.ly/2LqtyDy

  • Mosquito traps in the 75061 zip code of Irving and the 75080 zip code of Richardson are now testing for positive for WNV. Health officials expect to announce more cases as the season continues. Planning to be outdoors? Remember to wear insect repellent! http://ow.ly/RqpE30kZQkf

  • DCHHS is reporting the second human case of #WNV infection in Dallas County for 2018. Patient is a resident of Irving and has been diagnosed with West Nile neuroinvasive disease http://ow.ly/pqlq30kYR4F Remember to wear #InsectRepellent and remove standing water !

  • DCHHS' Newsletter, Public Health Preparedness Update, is now available online at http://ow.ly/5eKG30kWRwd Dallas County HHS Dallas Police Dept US Rep E.B.Johnson Dallas County

  • Heat strokes in Dallas County are up to 25 this summer. Remember to stay hydrated and seek shelter during the warmer periods of the day. #heat #hot #beattheheat #heatstroke #dallas #dfw http://ow.ly/RcNW30kWRtO

  • * West Nile Watch Update July 13 * Mosquitoes have tested positive for WNV in the 75203 zip code of Dallas. Fight the bite this weekend by wearing insect repellent. Have mosquitoes tested positive near you ? http://ow.ly/Im0a30kv5vX

  • Mosquito samples are testing positive for West Nile virus in Balch Springs, TX Highland Park, TX and in a new zip code in City of Dallas . In reponse, DCHHS has scheduled ground spraying #fightthebite #wnv #mosquitocontrol #repellent #mosquito http://ow.ly/bh3w30kVG3l

  • DCHHS' Community Farm Stand is Open Today ! Nourish your body with the right nutrients and find fresh, high-quality fruits and vegetables at DCHHS' Farm Stand. 2377 North Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, Texas 75207 10 to 1 p.m. http://ow.ly/5UDb30kH80N

  • DCHHS confirms mosquito samples test positive for West Nile virus in Dallas and Desoto. Ground Spraying Scheduled in Desoto @desototx @CityOfDallas bit.ly/2L46RnS

  • On average, 37 children die from heat-related deaths after being trapped inside vehicles. Even the best of parents or caregivers can unknowingly leave a sleeping baby in a car; and the end result can be injury or even death.

  • The DCHHS laboratory has confirmed the first human case of WNV infection for the season in Dallas County City of Irving . Residents are reminded to take precuation. http://ow.ly/YkDs30kTnDu

  • What is Extreme Heat? Extreme heat is defined as summertime temperatures that are much hotter and/or humid than average. Because some places are hotter than others, this depends on what’s considered average for a particular location at that time of year.

  • Summer in North Texas means sweltering temperatures and potentially unsafe conditions. Residents should be mindful of the potential health risks that can result from an increase in temperatures http://ow.ly/p7iJ30kkn0I

  • DCHHS has scheduled ground spraying to help protect residents from #WNV in Balch Springs, TX Residents should remain inside during the time sprayers are out 9 p - 5 a. http://ow.ly/fkzl30kOYo1 #westnile #mosquitoe #fightthebite

  • *West Nile Watch Update July 5* Mosquitoes have tested positive for WNV in the 75180, 75205 and 75225 zip codes of @BalchSpringsTX Highland Park, TX and @CityofUPTX Residents should remember to use the 4D's ! Have mosquitoes tested positive near you ? http://ow.ly/Im0a30kv5vX

  • July 3rd DCHHS' laboratory confirmed mosquito samples tested positive for West Nile in Desoto. Ground spraying has been scheduled in the area tonight. Residents should remain inside during the time sprayers area 9p - 5a http://ow.ly/oTGC30kN456 #Fightthebite #WNV #mosquito.