(Esta publicación se actualizó el 5 de abril del 2022, para dar el horario correcto de atención los domingos). Aunque la temporada de gripe por lo general termina en abril, los casos de gripe están aumentando ahora en Oregón. Los expertos en salud pública animan a todas las personas mayores de seis meses que no […]
(This post was updated on 4/5/2022 to reflect the correct operating hours on Sundays.) Although flu season usually ends in April, flu cases are rising now in Oregon. Public health experts encourage anyone six months and older who has not had a flu shot this season to get one. Three of Oregon Health Authority’s (OHA) […]
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) anticipates an increase in flu activity this year over last year. This is because low flu activity last year means less community protection this year, plus we don’t have the restrictions we had last year – kids are in school and businesses are open.
If you plan to travel by air, bus, or train this holiday season, consider these tips.
Our children are back in school, the COVID-19 pandemic is still here, flu season is upon us, and the common cold never goes away. In addition, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warned this year about the rise of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), a virus that is most severe in children under age two but can infect school-aged children.