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Heat Alert
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Heat Alert
For the next few days Connecticut will experience dangerous heat and humidity conditions. At times the temperature will feel over 100 degrees. Because of this, the Greenwich Department of Health notes that heat-related illnesses are a Public Health threat. Read more.
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Official CDC Zika Virus Health Advisory
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Official CDC Zika Virus Health Advisory
The Florida Department of Health (FL DOH) has identified an area with local mosquito-borne Zika virus transmission. Based on the earliest time of symptom onset and a maximal two-week incubation period for Zika virus, this guidance applies to women of reproductive age and their partners who live in or traveled to this area after June 15, 2016. Read more
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Heat Alert
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Heat Alert
For the next few days Connecticut will experience dangerous heat and humidity conditions.  At times the temperature will feel over 100 degrees.  Because of this, the Greenwich Department of Health notes that heat-related illnesses are a Public Health threat. Read more
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Zika Virus Task Force Meeting Notes
The first Greenwich Zika Virus Task Force meeting commenced on June 29, 2016. Read more
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Ticks Are Out! Cover Up and Spray Before You Work or Play
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Ticks Are Out! Cover Up and Spray Before You Work or Play
The Greenwich Department of Health reminds residents to be vigilant about checking themselves, children, and pets for ticks that could carry Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses.  Lyme disease is caused by a bacterium, ... Read more
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Heat Alert
For the next few days Connecticut will experience dangerous heat and humidity conditions.  At times the temperature will feel over 100 degrees.  Because of this, the Greenwich Department of Health notes that heat-related illnesses are a Public Health threat. Read more
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Change In Rabies Submissions
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Change In Rabies Submissions
As of July 1, the State of Connecticut Department of Public Health Laboratory in Rocky Hill is restricting the number of animal carcasses they will accept for rabies testing.  Because of this, the Greenwich Department of Health Laboratory will now accept only the following specimens for testing: ... Read more
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June 27 is National HIV Testing Day
In recognition of National HIV Testing Day, the Greenwich Department of Health encourages residents to get tested for HIV.  The Department’s Division of Special Clinical Services will be offering free, confidential HIV testing all day on June 27, from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm, ... Read more
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Zika Virus
Many areas in the United States have the type of mosquitoes that can spread Zika virus. These mosquitoes are aggressive daytime biters and can also bite at night. Also, A man infected with Zika can pass it to others through sex. More information.
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Community Health Myth Busters!
WED JUNE 1: There's been a significant increase in electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) use in recent years, along with vaping and hookah use: particularly among kids and teens. Come to hear panelists including clinical providers, police department, a teen and a person in recovery who will discuss their experiences with vaping. Read more


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Welcome to the Town of Greenwich Web site. It is our goal to provide you with an online one-stop shop for all information about the Town of Greenwich... Read more
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