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Two People Exposed To Rabid Cat In Marcy

Two Marcy residents have been exposed to a rabid cat over the holiday weekend.

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Rabid Bat Found In New Hartford Home

A bat found inside a home in the Town of New Hartford has tested positive for the rabies virus.

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Oneida County Health Department Gets $1 Million State Grant [VIDEO]

 

The Oneida County Health Department has received an over $1 million state grant for its Healthy Neighborhoods program.

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Oneida County Man Bitten By Rabid Cat

A local man coming to the aid of an injured cat was bitten by the animal, which tested positive for rabies.

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Oneida County Recognizes National Public Health Week

This is National Pubic Health Week in Oneida County.

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Oneida County Health Department Lowers Cost Of Flu Shots

The Oneida County Health Department is lowering the cost of flu shots given at their clinics for the remainder of the flu season or until supplies run out.

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Photo: Kristine Bellino
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Boil Water Advisory for Annsville

A precautionary boil water advisory is in effect for parts of Annsville.

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95 New Flu Cases Reported In Oneida County

 

Oneida County Health Department Director Phyllis Ellis says the county has seen a spike in flu cases over the past few days.

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Influenza Prevalent In New York

The flu is prevalent in New York, so says the state's health boss.

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