Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. today urged local governments and community-based agencies to participate as work sites for the 2010 Oneida County Summer Youth Employment Program.
“Potency of Nasal Spray Vaccine in Question –Safety Not an Issue ”
The Oneida County Health Department’s current supply of H1N1 flu vaccine will not be affected by the latest voluntary manufacturer’s recall of the product, Daniel W. Gilmore, Acting Director of the department said.
Manufacturer Says Some Lots of H1N1 Lost Potency
None of the H1N1 vaccine involved in a voluntary manufacturer’s recall due to a loss of potency had been shipped to the Oneida County Health Department, County Executive Anthony J. Picente, Jr. and health department officials confirmed today.
Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente, Jr., today announced that the Oneida County College Corps internship program is accepting applications from potential interns and employers for the summer of 2010.
Reports of Flu-like Illness on the decline – One additional Death Confirmed
Picente Announces Holiday Sobriety Checkpoints
Picente Announces The 2009 Miles for Meals Jingle Bell Fun Run and Walk Saturday December 5th 2009
Oneida County Executive, Anthony J. Picente, Jr. today announced that Saturday December 5th marks the 13th Annual Miles for Meals Jingle Bell Fun Run and Walk. This event is sponsored by the Roman Runners, Rome Family YMCA and International House of Pancakes will once again donate proceeds to the Office for the Aging/Continuing Care Senior Nutrition Program.
County Health Announces Changes in H1N1 Clinic Schedule