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Oneida County Health Dept. Offering Rabies Clinic

Utica, NY (WIBX) - The Oneida County Health Department is urging residents to get their pets vaccinated against rabies, due to an anticipated increase in cases this year.

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Second Confirmed Case Of Rabies In Oneida County

Utica, NY - The Oneida County Health Department is reporting its second confirmed case of animal rabies this year.

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First Oneida County Rabies Case

Camden, NY - A Camden teenager is being treated for rabies exposure after caring for a sick raccoon that was killed after it started acting strangely.

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Oneida County Public Market
Oneida County Public Market
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OCHD Joining List Of Vendors At New Public Market

Utica, NY (WIBX) - The Oneida County Health Department is joining the list of vendors at the new Public Market at Historic Union Station in Downtown Utica.

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Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency
Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency
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Multi-Agency Medical Screening At MVCAA Office In Marcy

Marcy, NY (WIBX) - Kids enrolled in the HeadStart Program can now get additional services, following a partnership between the Oneida County Lead Primary Prevention Program and the Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency.

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Rabid Animal Attacks In Oneida County
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Two Separate Rabid Animal Attacks Injures Boy, Family Pets

Utica, NY (WIBX) - An Oneida County boy and several pets are undergoing treatment for rabies after being bitten by two wild rabid animals in two separate incidents.

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Health Department Urges Precautions During Heat Wave

Utica, NY (WIBX) - The Oneida County Health Department is reminding residents to take precautions during the hot, humid weather over the next few days.

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Safe To Swim At Sylvan Beach

Sylvan Beach, NY (WIBX) - Water samples collected by the Oneida County Health Department from Oneida Lake show that toxin levels from blue-green algae are no longer a public health risk at Sylvan Beach.

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Swimming Still Off Limits At Sylvan Beach

Sylvan Beach, NY (WIBX) - The Oneida County Health Department is continuing to monitor the situation at Sylvan Beach that resulted in a portion of Oneida Lake being closed to swimmers.

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From Sylvan Beach.com
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Sylvan, Verona Beaches Closed To Swimmers

Verona, NY (WIBX) - A bumper crop of algae in Oneida Lake has forced closure of Sylvan and Verona beaches to swimmers.

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