DCHHS Now Offering Free Flu VaccineThe flu vaccine is free for all uninsured and low-income Dallas County residents.
Adult Flu Vaccines Now Available In Dallas CountyDCHHS is offering the shots $20 and if the adult is covered by Medicare, the vaccine is free. DCHHS is awaiting shipment of the children’s flu vaccine.
First West Nile Virus Death Reported In Dallas CountyThe Dallas County Health and Human Services has reported the first West Nile virus death in Dallas County for 2017.
Dallas County Reports Second Human Case Of West Nile VirusThe patient is a resident of the 75214 zip code in Dallas.
Dallas County Reports First Human Case Of West Nile Virus This YearThe patient diagnosed with West Nile neuroinvasive disease, lives in the 75248 zip code of Dallas.
Dallas County Reports First Imported Case Of DengueThe 54-year-old resident of Dallas was infected during recent travel to India.
Mumps Cases Adding Up In Dallas CountyDallas County Health and Human Services reported a total of 88 mumps cases in Dallas County for 2017 on Wednesday.
Dallas County Offers Free HIV Tests On World AIDS DayDallas County Health and Human Services will be offering free HIV testing Thursday in honor of World AIDS Day. The effort is being done in order to raise HIV awareness and improve HIV education.
Dallas County Issues Mumps Health AdvisoryThe exposure to mumps likely occurred during a Halloween party on October 29 in the 75219 zip code.
Spraying For West Nile Virus After 2nd Death In Dallas CountyA second person in Dallas County has died from the West Nile Virus. DCHHS officials say the victim was in his or her late 50s and had been previously diagnosed with West Nile Neuroinvasive Disease.
Vaccines Made Easy For Dallas County StudentsParkland Hospital started its “Walk-in Wednesday” campaign this week for parents who need to get their children immunized before the first day of school. You don’t need an appointment.
Second Human Case Of WNV Reported In Dallas CountyThe resident lives in the 75216 zip code in Dallas and was diagnosed with West Nile neuroinvasive disease.