In the News
Houston Chronicle
9/20/2018

A southwest Harris County man has died of complications from the West Nile virus, the second Texas death from the mosquito-borne disease this year.

Harris County public health officials reported Thursday that the man was between 45 and 54 years old and had underlying chronic health conditions. He died last week and the county received confirmation the death was West Nile-related Wednesday night.

Houston Patch
9/20/2018

HOUSTON, TX —Harris County County Public health officials confirmed that a man in Harris County has died as a result of contracting West Nile Virus. Officials said the man, who was between 45- and 54-years-old also suffered from other chronic health issues that may have contributed to his death.

Univision 45
9/20/2018

Las autoridades reportaron que un hombre, entre los 45 y 54 años de edad, se convirtió en la primera víctima del virus en lo que va del 2018. Además, se hace un llamado a la comunidad para extreme los cuidados mediante el uso de ropa adecuada y repelente.

ABC13: Eyewitness News
9/20/2018

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Health officials say a man has died after contracting the West Nile virus in Harris County.

Univision 45
9/16/2018

Una representante de los Servicios de Salud habla de las acciones de salud preventiva que tienen para la comunidad.

ABC13: Eyewitness News
9/16/2018

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- The Harris County Animal Shelter is having occupancy issues, forcing shelter officials to make a public cry for help.

KHOU11
9/14/2018

The shelter's capacity is 150 animals. It opened its doors on Saturday with 420 cats and dogs.

Preparedness Impact Project
9/12/2018

The employees of Harris County Public Health Department (HCPH) sprung to action as first responders in coordination with partner local agencies to protect the health and safety of Houston residents in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.

Sinovision
9/11/2018

County public health official urges emergency preparedness and planning during Hurricane season

Houston Chronicle
9/8/2018

Harris County Public Health (HCPH) Mac McClendon… and Dr. Umair A. Shah, MD share a light moment with Hurricane Harvey victim Juan revisited the Aldine community Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018, in Houston. HCPH staff and volunteers assess their needs one year after Hurricane Harvey. The results will be shared with local, state and federal public partners to better understand how residents were impacted, what their current needs are and how to better prepare residents for future emergencies.

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