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Health Department Urges Residents to Receive Flu, Pneumonia Vaccinations

Health officials have set up a number of clinics to get vaccinated

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Smoke and Ash – Natrona County Health Department Advises Caution

Officials at the Natrona County Health Department say they've had reports of ash from the Sheep Herder Hill fire dropping as far away as Douglas. Audrey Grey is special operations manager at the health department and she says they're encouraging folks to take precautions if they find themselves cleaning up accumulated ash.

"We just want to make sure that you do

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Wild Fire Smoke A Problem For Vulnerable

Where there's wildfire there's smoke and that can be a problem for the very young, the elderly and those with respiratory issues. As the wildfire in Converse County continues to grow, Natrona County Health Department Director, Bob Harrington, has tips for anyone wanting to minimize the impact of smoke in the air

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Possible Tularemia Case Triggers Health Dept Warning

Following a possible Tularemia diagnoses in a local dog, Natrona County health officials are encouraging folks to take precautions.

"What we wanted to do here at the health department was to take this opportunity to remind folks that Tularemia is here

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Mock Bio-Disaster Exercise Continues Across Wyoming

A mock biological disaster, "Operation Prairie Eagle", continues this week with emergency response partners across the state participating. The Exercise requires mass distribution of anti-biotics in the face of widespread anthrax contamination

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Mock Biological Disaster Exercise To Prime Wyoming Responders

"Operation Prairie Eagle" takes flight Friday around noon as state and federal agencies participate in a mock biological disaster requiring mass distribution of medical supplies.

Natrona County Health Department Director, Bob Harrington, says its an exercise that involves accessing the Strategic National Stockpile from the Centers for Disease Control

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‘Spice’ Sickens Five In Casper

Three people admitted to hospital in Casper for kidney failure Thursday are believed to have been sickened by the drug known as Spice.

The Natrona County Health Department first notified the Casper Police Department of the first three incidents

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Free HIV Testing On World Aids Day

World Aids Day is Thursday December 1st and in recognition the Casper-Natrona County Health Department offers FREE Rapid HIV Testing.

Trina Soper, public health nurse for the Natrona County Health Department, says 1 in 5 people are infected and don't know it and she says in Wyoming people are less likely to get tested

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Two Rabid Bats Confirmed In Casper

Following two confirmed incidents of people exposed to rabid bats in the Casper area, health department officials are on the alert.

Natrona County Health Department Director, Bob Harrington says in one case the bat was found in the dirt in an area where children play, "and because those children couldn't be certain whether or not they touched the bat one of the children is now undergoing post exposure treatment

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Flood Waters May Be Nasty Waters

As river levels approach flood stage in Natrona County Health Department officials remind everyone there are some really good reasons to stay out of the flood waters.

"Flood waters are dirty. You see the videos on the news after a flood and there's always mud and slime every where. It's full of all kinds of nasty things that you don't want to be involved with."

Natrona County Health Department Director Robert Harrington says, keep in mind that up river from Casper are a number of residence built close enough to the river that, should they flood, it will likely include the septic system.

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