On December 14, the Alamance County Board of Health held its annual awards ceremony at the Alamance County Health Department recognizing the work of employees and community partners.
The Board of Health recognized Betsy Meeks as the recipient of the Alamance County Health Department’s 2021 Employee of the Year Award. The 2021 Employee of the Year

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On December 7, the North Carolina State Lab of Public Health in Raleigh confirmed Alamance County’s fourth case of rabies for the year.
 On December 6, Alamance County Animal Control was notified of a cat bite that occurred on December 4 in the Staley Store Road area of Liberty. Alamance County Animal Control sent the cat

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Health officials urge residents to keep their pets up-to-date on rabies vaccinations

The Alamance County Health Department will be hosting a drive-thru rabies vaccination clinic on November 13 from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. in the parking lot of the Health Department (Human Services Center) located at 319 N. Graham-Hopedale Road in Burlington.
The cost of the

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The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is now available for anyone ages 5 and older. On November 2 the CDC approved and recommended that pediatric doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine be made available to children ages 5-11. The vaccine is to be administered in a two-dose injection series at least 21 days apart.  

COVID-19 vaccination appointments

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Flu season is upon us and the Alamance County Health Department wants you to protect yourself and your family. Thursday, October 7, the health department will begin offering appointments for seasonal flu shots to the public.
This year, the health department will be providing the following vaccine options to the public:

Quadrivalent flu vaccine injection which covers

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On September 28th, the North Carolina State Lab of Public Health in Raleigh confirmed Alamance County’s third case of rabies for the year.
 On September 27th, Alamance County Animal Control was notified of a cat that was picked up on Snow Camp Road in Snow Camp. The cat was transported to this location from another residence

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On September 24, CDC recommended that certain populations receive a booster shot of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine at least six months after completion of their two-dose Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine series.
People who should receive a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine booster include:

People ages 65 and older
People 18+ living in long-term care settings
People ages 50–64 with an underlying medical condition

People

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BURLINGTON: The City of Burlington has implemented a boil water notice due to E. Coli/fecal coliform bacteria found at a specific location in the city of Burlington water system.
E. coli/fecal coliform bacteria can cause illness for individuals with weakened immune systems. Symptoms of E. coli infection may vary, but could include severe stomach cramps, diarrhea

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On April 27, the North Carolina State Lab of Public Health in Raleigh confirmed Alamance County’s second case of rabies for the year.
On April 26, Alamance County Animal Control was notified of a bat that was retrieved from a pool on Dixon Road in Graham. Alamance County Animal Control sent the bat to the North

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