112018Sep

Third Rabies Case Confirmed in Alamance County

BURLINGTON – On September 11, 2018, the North Carolina State Laboratory of Public Health in Raleigh confirmed Alamance County’s third case of rabies for the year. On September 10, Alamance County Health Department was notified that a cat killed a bat on Quaker Ridge Road in Mebane. The health department sent the bat to the… Continue Reading Third Rabies Case Confirmed in Alamance County

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72018May

Rabies Vaccination Clinic for Dogs and Cats Planned for May 12, 2018

Rabies Vaccination Clinic for Dogs and Cats Planned for May 12, 2018 Health officials urge residents to keep their pets up-to-date on rabies vaccinations BURLINGTON – The Alamance County Health Department will be hosting a rabies vaccination clinic on May 12th from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at the Environmental Health Office located at 209… Continue Reading Rabies Vaccination Clinic for Dogs and Cats Planned for May 12, 2018

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82016Jan

January is National Radon Month

Time for Radon Testing As the turning of the seasons brings colder weather to North Carolina and families close windows to keep warm, it is an excellent time to make plans for radon testing in your home. Radon is the odorless, colorless gas that is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United… Continue Reading January is National Radon Month

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