Earlier Suspected Death Brings Oneida County Total to Five
‘Adult Resident Succumbs to Complications of Flu’
An adult resident of Oneida County who had a confirmed case of novel H1N1 influenza has died from complications of the viral infection, Oneida County Health Department officials announced today.
The first ‘open’ H1N1 immunization clinic will be held on Wednesday, November 11th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Oneida County Office Building in Utica, Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente, Jr. announced today.
Information Intended to Highlight Prevention and Mass Immunization Plans
College Students, Non-immunocompromised Children and Health Care workers First to Get Vaccine
Faxton-St. Luke’s, St. Elizabeth and Rome Memorial Restrict Children and Symptomatic Adults
The 2009-2010 Home Energy Assistance Program, more commonly known as HEAP, will start November 2, 2009.
Therefore, all seasonal flu immunization clinics to be conducted by the Health Department will be cancelled and re-scheduled at a later date. The Health Department anticipates receiving additional seasonal flu vaccine within the next 3 weeks.
Workforce Investment Board Chair Gary Scalzo today announced that the WIB has received $660,000 in grants from the New York State Department of Labor to provide training in the emerging green sector as well as the high-demand health care sector.