First Mosquitoes Testing Positive For West Nile Virus Reported

SPRINGFIELD –The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) is reporting the first mosquitoes to test positive for West Nile virus in Illinois for 2017. Madison County Health Department staff collected mosquitoes testing positive on May 22-23, 2017 in Godfrey.

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West Nile IDPH

IDPH releases Health Disparities Report

View IDPH's first Health Disparities Report, a collaboration between the Center for Minority Health Services and the Office of Policy, Planning and Statistics

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Health Equity Health Disparities IDPH

NPHW Program Spotlight: Immunization Billing Project

In celebration of National Public Health Week, we are highlighting our Immunization Billing Project and the project's accomplishments.

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Local Health Department Billing National Public Health Week (NPHW) 2017 IDPH CDC Immunization Billing Project

IDPH MEMO: Change in Animal Rabies Testing

The Illinois Department of Agriculture notified IDPH late last week that their Galesburg animal laboratory will no longer do animal rabies testing as of Wednesday, December 20.

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Welcome: Chinyere Alu, IDPH Division Chief of Patient Safety and Quality in OPPS

Please see the message below from IDPH regarding the newe Division Chief of Patient Safety and Quality in OPPS.

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IDPH Launches PrEP 4 Illinois Website

IDPH launches its new and improved IDPH Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) access and assistance website

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CDC IDPH PrEP HIV/AIDS, STIs and Viral Hepatitis

Webinar: Changes to Child Health Examination Code (77 IAC 665)

IDPH announcement of webinar to discuss changes to the Child Health Examination Code (77 IAC 665) pertaining to immunizations.

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IDPH Webinar Vaccines

Archived Webinar: VFC Changes for CHIP

View the slides and recorded webinar for VFC program changes for CHIP

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CDC Awards $16 Million to States and Territories to Fight Zika

Funding provided for states and territories to respond to the emerging threat, quickly identify cases of microcephaly and other adverse birth outcomes linked to Zika, and refer infants and families to services

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Zika Epidemiology and Health Statistics Family Planning & Maternal and Child Health Press Releases Diseases IDPH CDC Funding

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