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Ebola Public Health Update Allen County Public Health will be providing updates to the community regarding Ebola. Public Health Ebolat Updates will be provided as new informtaion is obtained.   Public Health Ebola Update   Update as of October 17, 2014   Activity Update for the United States   Three cases of Ebola have been diagnosed on U.S. Soil, ...
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Drinking and Driving: A Threat to Everyone
Though episodes of drinking and driving have gone down by 30% during the past 5 years, it remains a serious problem. Alcohol-impaired drivers are involved in about 1 in 3 crash deaths, resulting in nearly 11,000 deaths in 2009. A recent CDC report discusses drinking and driving and the proven measures that ...
Staying Safe in a Tornado
To stay safe during a tornado, prepare a plan and emergency kit, stay aware of weather conditions during thunderstorms, know the best places to shelter both indoors and outdoors, and always protect your head. On April 27, 2011, a series of deadly tornadoes destroyed parts of Tuscaloosa, Cullman, Birmingham and rural ...
Develop a Family Disaster Plan
Families can cope with disasters by preparing in advance and working together as a team. If something were to happen, how would you contact one another, how would you get to a safe place, and what would you do in different emergency situations? Planning what to do before a disaster ...


Commissioner Pic3Commissioner Pic3Commissioner Pic3Commissioner Pic3Commissioner PicJPGThe news that a healthcare worker who visited Ohio and has now been diagnosed with Ebola does bring the threat of Ebola closer to home.  Even though Ebola is scary, it is important to remember that it is not as easy to catch as many other diseases. The key is to base our actions on facts and information rather than fear and headlines.

 Allen County has strong partnerships and a history of working together.  We have a high quality network of health care providers and we are working with them to prepare for and respond to any serious outbreak.  Ebola is an evolving situation and we will continue to work with our local, state and federal partners as the situation unfolds.

Please get the facts – check out our links about Ebola, and follow us for current information and updates.  In the meantime, keep yourself healthy by maintaining your regular schedule of healthy eating, activity and rest.

In good health,

Kathy Luhn, Allen County Health CommissionerCommissioner Pic3

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Health Department and WIC offices will be closed on Wednesday, November 19 from 8-9 a.m.

There's a reason you want to quit smoking, and there are people who believe in you. Don't give up trying to quit for good.

Health Department and WIC offices are closed today. Regular office hours will resume on Wednesday.

Health Department and WIC offices will be closed on Tuesday, November 11 for the Veteran's Day holiday.

We are counting down the days to the Great American Smokeout-2 weeks from today! Are you going to participate? Make a plan to quit for good!

Seasonal flu activity is low in the US but there are early signs that activity is increasing. What should you know?

Seasonal flu and Ebola can cause some similar symptoms. U.S. residents are much more likely to get seasonal flu.

Health Department and WIC offices are closed today. Regular office hours will resume on Tuesday.