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Help reduce the spread of #COVID19 by staying home if you feel sick. For more #AZHealthTips:
Everyone 12 and up is recommended for a safe, free, and highly effective COVID-19 vaccine booster dose at least: - 5 months after Pfizer or Moderna - 2 months after J&J Find a provider:
It’s #NationalPicnicDay! Today, we are inviting families to pack a few snacks & spend some time outdoors. #DYK Kids are more likely to eat meals & snacks they help prepare? Make it a family activity to wash produce & pack snacks! Sign up for WIC:
Have you recently tested positive for COVID-19? Stay up to date with our recommended steps to ensure you protect yourself and others. #ReduceTheSpread More:
Happy #EarthDay! Feeling blessed to live in one of the planet's most unique ecosystems, the Sonoran Desert 🌎 Learn more about our unique desert environment…V 📷 : southwest_sony 📍 : Superstition Mountain#myphxp#TravelResponsiblybEgb
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Looking for an alternative way to satisfy your sweet tooth? 👀 #NationalNutritionMonthh Try adding grapes to your salad at lunch, or make a fruit salsa to accompany your dinner! For more health
Celebrate Earth Day all weekend with these ideas: 🌳 Go on a nature walk 🎥 Watch a nature documentary 🌽 Cook a meal with ingredients grown locally 🥪 Have a zero-waste picnic in the park ♻️ Chalk inspir#EarthDayhDay messages in your neighborho#EarthMonthoHDIn
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As of April 21, 2022, more than 98% of the U.S. population lives in a location with a low or medium #COVID19 Community Level. Find your COVID-19 Community Level:
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The earth is our playground, our garden, our treasure. Take the kids on a nature walk so they can point out different flowers, trees, and bugs they may discover. #HealthyStartsHere #InvestInOurPlanet Happy Earth Day! 🌎 More info:signupwic.comPD
Need to know how long to quarantine or isolate after being exposed to COVID-19? Use the @CDCgov quarantine and isolation calculator to determine how long you need to isolate, quarantine or take other steps to prevent spreading the virus.
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Clean hands save lives! #WashYourHands to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others. Whether you're at home or out in public, washing your hands with soap and water can help protect you and your family from illness or #COVID19. #AZHealthTip More:
New ADHS blog highlights improvement of child care facility licensing due to a new online system. Learn more:
About 1 in 25 packages of raw chicken at the grocery store is contaminated with #Salmonella. Avoid getting sick: ❌ Keep raw chicken away from ready-to-eat foods, like salads ✔️ Cook chicken to 165°F More about chicken and food poisoning:
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Are you an Arizona #Veteran looking for a #job? The State of Arizona wants to hire you! Our next #AZHiresVets event is Thursday, 4/28. Be sure to bring your resume. There will be interviews and possible job offers! Register now… #Arizona #nowhiring #AZVets
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New @CDCMMWR finds nat'l vaccination coverage among kindergarteners dropped below 94% for the 2020-21 school year. Parents: Make sure your child is up to date on routine vaccinations to protect them against common & sometimes serious diseases. Learn more:
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Have you recently tested positive for COVID-19? Stay up to date with our recommended steps to ensure you protect yourself and others. #ReduceTheSpread More:
Have you misplaced your vaccine card? If so, don't worry! You can request a replacement online: #AZHealthTip
Are you up to date on your #COVID19 vaccines? You’re up to date on COVID-19 vaccines when you’ve received all vaccines recommended for you, including additional doses and boosters when you’re eligible. Learn more:
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#DidYouKnow The CDC's Health Disparities Grant provides ADHS with resources to partner with local health departments, community organizations, and Tribal organizations to address #COVID19 related health disparities? #NationalMinorityHealthMonth Learn more below ⬇️
Our COVID-19 town hall with @AARPArizona is now LIVE! Watch it now:…
YOU'RE INVITED! 📩 Today from 2pm-3pm, we will be discussing#COVID199 vaccines, boosters, testing and more. Join us by calling in to 866-416-5216 and press *3 on your phone keypad to be connected with an AARP staff member, or join via
In honor of National Infant Immunization Week, today's ADHS blog highlights the positive impact of vaccines for infants and children. Learn more:
Wondering if it's #COVID19? We're offering free testing in Mesa, Tolleson & Phoenix today 4/20 👇 ⏰7AM-10PM: Tolleson Veterans Park, 8650 W Van Buren St ⏰10AM-4PM: DocGo, 7143 E Main St, Mesa (appt req' ⏰1-4PM: St Vincent De Paul, 420 W Watkins RdG
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Doctors are learning that one of the best ways to reduce unhealthy #inflammation lies not in the medicine cabinet, but in the refrigerator. Following an anti-inflammatory diet could help. #HarvardHealth
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This week's #COVID19 data dashboard adds 2,377 cases and 29 deaths. If you're experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, get tested as soon as possible to help #ReduceTheSpread and keep Arizona healthy. Find hundreds of testing locations at
#DYK? Your body’s ability to fight off #COVID19 can decrease over time after vaccination. When this happens, a booster can help your body build back the immunity that has been lost. More:
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FREE COVID-19 vaccination events going on tomorrow 4/20 in Laveen, Mesa and Phoenix: ▶️10m-3pm Iglesia El Buen Pastor, 950 W 8th Ave, Mesa ▶️12-5pm at Murphy Education & Health Ctr, 3140 W Buckeye Rd, Phx ▶️4-7pm at Laveen Education Ctr, 5001 W Dobbins Rd *must register ahead
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#DidYouKnow Chronic conditions disproportionately affect our Black, Native American & Hispanic communities? Public Health Prevention Services is looking to address social determinants of health which include things like access to care, housing, community health & safety. #NMHM
#AZHealthTip Children ages 5 years and older are able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccinations will help keep your child protected and slow the spread of #COVID19 in the community. More:
Life can be stressful. 😬🙃🤯😰 If you are struggling to cope, or the symptoms of your stress or anxiety won’t go away, it could affect your health. Learn
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COVID-19 vaccines and boosters help prevent serious illness, hospitalization, and even death from #COVID19 and its variants. It's quick, easy, and free. Find a provider:
Get tested if you have #COVID19 symptoms or 5-7 days after exposure to someone who is positive or who you believe is positive. #ReduceTheSpread Find a testing location:
Did you know - the State of Arizona has a website dedicated to connecting veterans to career opportunities in public service? Continue to serve. Learn about the state’s veteran hiring initiative at #AZHiresVets
#BoostYourCommunity this April, during National Minority Health Month! This year’s theme invites all of us to play a role in helping our communities get fully vaccinated & access trusted & reliable sources of information. Visit @MinorityHealth for more:
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Tribal community members, leaders, and partners: Share new videos of Wes Studi, Cherokee elder, Oscar award recipient, and health advocate, encouraging American Indian and Alaska Natives to get vaccinated to help protect their communities from #COVID19.
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As of April 18, 256.8 million people have received at least one dose of a #COVID19 vaccine. Of those, 218.9 million are fully vaccinated. More than 99.5 million people have received a COVID-19 booster dose. Find a COVID-19 vaccine or booster near you:
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Have you misplaced your vaccine card? If so, don't worry! You can request a replacement online: #AZHealthTip
April is Autism Awareness Month! Here at WIC, we celebrate the uniqueness of everyone in our family. ❤️ For more information about the WIC resources available to you and your family, visit us online: #AutismAwarenessMonth #HealthyStartsHere
This Easter Sunday, we encourage all the grill masters to keep #FoodSafety in mind and avoid cross contamination by using separate cutting boards and plates for produce, meat, poultry, seafood, and eggs. For more food safety tips:
If you're feeling under the weather, stay home to reduce the spread of illnesses such as COVID-19 and the flu. More info:
#HealthTip Don't assume a medical checkup includes STI tests. Talk to your provider to get tested regularly. #TalkTestTreat #STIWeek More info:
REMINDER: ADHS is looking for certified doulas from across the state to serve on the Doula Community Advisory Committee! Applications are available on the ADHS website and will be accepted through April 20. Learn more:
Even if you have already had COVID-19, you can still get vaccinated to #StopTheSpread and stay protected from COVID-19 and its variants. Find a vaccine provider near you:
Clean hands save lives! In fact, hand washing may be the single most important thing you and your family can do to cut down the spread of common respiratory illnesses such as RSV. #ABCsOfRSV #RSVprevention Here’s why:
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#DidYouKnow 1 in 5 people in the U.S. have an STI? Talk openly to your partner and healthcare provider about #SexualHealth and continue to #TalkTestTreat. #STIWeek More info:
New ADHS blog celebrates #BlackMaternalHealthWeek by highlighting ongoing efforts to improve health outcomes and experiences for Black women in Arizona. More:
COVID-19 Vaccinations and Boosters TODAY and Saturday, from 12 p.m. – 5 p.m. Adults & Children Northern Arizona University Fieldhouse 1050 S Knoles Dr, Flagstaff By appointment only. Please make an appointment at:
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Our #COVID19 testing events are free for all. We have three available today 4/15! ⏰ 10am-4pm at DocGo in Mesa (appt req'd: ⏰ 12-5pm at Murphy Education & Health Center ⏰ 2-6pm at St. Vincent de Paul More information at
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The CDC reports that Black women are 3-4 times more likely to die from a pregnancy-related cause than White women. Learn more about how you can support pregnant people in your life: #BlackMaternalHealth #SupportBlackMamas
If you have lived in rural areas of Mexico, Central America or South America, talk to your doctor about being tested for Chagas disease. #WorldChagasDay For more info see…
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