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The Katy News
5/10/2016

Staff and volunteers from Harris County Public Health (HCPH) will be going door to door in recently flooded areas

InfoTECH Spotlight - TMCnet USA
5/9/2016

, Greater Houston Partnership, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP, Harris County Public Health & Environmental Services, Houston Community College

San Antonio Express-News Peggy O’Hare USA
4/29/2016

Mustapha Debboun, mosquito control director at Harris County Public Health & Environmental Services, shows a photo of a yellow fever

Health Equity
1/11/2016

Few dispute that social determinants such as economics, education, and the environment are the true drivers of health. In fact, the recent ‘‘Public Health 3.0’’ publication is a national call to action for public health to focus upstream.

KHOU

Hundreds of restaurants are trying to return to normal life after Harvey - some safely, some not. Harris County Public Health has forced a few to close.

Houston Public Media

State and county health officials say the large areas Harvey’s rainfall and flooding created for mosquitoes to lay eggs made the spraying necessary, especially considering these insects can carry diseases such as the West Nile and Zika viruses, as well as Dengue and Chikungunya. Dr. Mustapha Debboun, who is in charge of the Mosquito Control division at Harris County’s Department of Public Health, notes the spraying was at least 80 percent effective.

Houston Public Media

State and county health officials say the large areas Harvey’s rainfall and flooding created for mosquitoes to lay eggs made the spraying necessary, especially considering these insects can carry diseases such as the West Nile and Zika viruses, as well as Dengue and Chikungunya. Dr. Mustapha Debboun, who is in charge of the Mosquito Control division at Harris County’s Department of Public Health, notes the spraying was at least 80 percent effective.

ABC13: Eyewitness News

"The goal is to reduce the effects mosquitoes are having on recovery efforts and the possibility of a future increase in mosquito-borne disease," explained Dr. Umair A. Shah, executive director of Harris County Public Health.

The Houston Chronicle

Since Hurricane Harvey ravaged the region one month ago, Harris County Animal Shelter at Veterinary Public Health has provided care and respite to nearly 1,000 displaced animals, but now the shelter needs community support to foster or adopt more than 100 more.

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