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2014 Press Releases

Santa Rosa County Health Department Issues Mosquito-borne Illness Advisory

August 18

Washington County Health Department Issues Mosquito-borne Illness Advisory

August 1

Palm Beach County Health Department Issues Mosquito-borne Illness Alert-Confirms 2nd Case of Locally-Acquired Chikungunya Fever

July 30

St. Lucie County Health Department Issues Mosquito-borne Illness Advisory-Confirms 1st Case of Locally-Acquired Chikungunya Fever

July 30

Florida Department of Health Confirms Two Cases of Locally-Acquired Chikungunya Fever July 17

Levy County Health Department Issues Mosquito-borne Illness Advisory

July 11

Marion County Health Department Issues Mosquito-borne Illness Advisory

July 9

Pasco County Health Department Issues Mosquito-borne Illness Advisory

July 3

Alachua County Health Department Issues Mosquito-borne Illness Advisory

July 1

Martin County Release Summary of Community Survey on Dengue Fever

June 24

Volusia County Health Department Issues Mosquito-borne Illness Advisory

June 19

FDOH Raises Awareness of Chikungunya Fever

May 16

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2010-2013 Press Releases

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Reporting Data for Arbovirus Surveillance

The objectives of the national arbovirus surveillance system include:
  • To monitor the geographic and arbovirus surveillance systems over the eastern and southern United States.
  • To further develop national public health strategies for the distribution of arbovirus surveillance, prevention, and control.
  • To provide national, regional and local information to public health officials, elected government officials, and the public.
  • To evaluate the use of funds and the need for additional resources.


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