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    Madison County Health Department Confirms first Case of Coronavirus (COVID-19)

    Madison County Health Department announced today, March 21, 2020, that it has received its first positive test of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Read on...
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    Madison County is Prioritizing Testing for COVID-19

    “At this moment, we do not have the supply to test every resident. We are using very specific conditions to evaluate whether or not to test for COVID-19,” said Public Health Director Eric Faisst. Read on...
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    Know the Symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Who Should Get Tested

    Symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Most people experience mild illness and recover from COVID-19 without needing medical treatment. There are certain groups who may experience more severe illness. Read on...
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    Madison County Wants Residents to Know How Coronavirus (COVID-19) is Spread

    With so much information out in the public about Coronavirus (COVID-19), Madison County Health Department would like to reiterate how the virus spreads and where residents can get the most accurate information. Read on...
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    2020 Madison County Community Health Improvement Plan

    Madison County Health Department released the 2020 Madison County Community Health Improvement Plan. Read on...
  6. Pyramid Model Training Flyer

    Pyramid Model Training

    A free training will be held for providers working with Madison County Children birth to age 5 years. Read on...
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    Disease Surveillance Report

    Check out the latest data on this year's flu season in Madison County, the State, and in the U.S. Read on...
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    New York State Law Requires all Children Under Age 2 to Ride Rear-facing

    As of November 1, 2019, parents and anyone who transports infants and toddlers needs to know that New York State law requires all children under the age of 2 to ride in a rear-facing car seat. Read on...
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