Public Health

  Posted on: Saturday, June 29, 2019
Measles in Seattle: Possible public exposure at Seattle Children's Hospital
Outbreak News Today
The child  received care at the Emergency Department at Seattle Children’s Hospital and remains hospitalized. While contagious, the patient was in Fred Meyer in Kent and the Seattle Children’s Hospital Emergency Department before receiving the diagnosis of measles. Seattle Children’s is in the process of notifying patients who may have been exposed.

Read the Full Story
 
Public Health:
7/4/19   California earthquake: five things to know about the tremor near Los Angeles
7/4/19   Southern California rattled by 6.4-magnitude earthquake
7/3/19   California Laws Lead to Higher Kindergarten Vaccine Rates
7/2/19   Green Giant, Trader Joe's vegetables recalled over listeria
7/2/19   The deadly poison sarin was detected in a mailbag at Facebook's offices in California
7/2/19   Re-thinking Biological Arms Control for the 21st Century
7/1/19   Sexually transmitted infections in the US military: 'Appears to be an increase in high-risk behaviors'
6/30/19   RSV and other viruses now the leading cause of global childhood pneumonia
6/29/19   Measles in Seattle: Possible public exposure at Seattle Children's Hospital
6/28/19   Hard Conversations About Soft Targets: DHS Workshop Aims to Save Lives in Mass Shootings
6/27/19   Uganda's Groundwork in Preparedness Bodes Well for Stopping Ebola's Spread Within Its Borders
6/26/19   What Happens When a CBRNE Agent is Released in an Urban Area? Ask HASP.
6/25/19   Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness Act Reauthorized to Prepare, Respond and Recover from Disasters
6/23/19   The 8 Most Important Zoonotic diseases in the US
6/21/19   Could the United States Lose Its Elimination Status for Measles in Light of Ongoing Outbreaks?
6/21/19   Health officials investigating several E. coli cases in Grant's Farm visitors
6/20/19   Train carrying explosives and hazardous materials derails
6/19/19   Pesticide incident douses 63
6/18/19   In Fight Against Superbugs, BARDA Looks to Shore Up National Stockpile Countermeasures
6/17/19   A first: Salmonella resistant to antibiotics of last resort found in U.S.
Search Archives:



The St. Louis Fusion Center: Terrorism Early Warning Group is an information sharing initiative owned and operated by the  St. Louis Fusion Center. 
Should you have any questions please email info@sltew.org.

© 2019 St. Louis Fusion Center: Terrorism Early Warning Group. All rights reserved.