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As the coronavirus spreads around the globe, there are steps you can take to protect yourself and your family. "I told my children that while I didn'tAs the coronavirus spreads around the globe, there are steps you can take to protect yourself and your family. "I told my children that while I didn't

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Stay up-to-date on official coronavirus, or COVID-19, announcements.Stay up-to-date on official coronavirus, or COVID-19, announcements.

Coronavirus: Live official updates on COVID-19

Across the country, more than 55,000 positions were eliminated from local health departments — our front-line defenders — between 2008 and 2017.Across the country, more than 55,000 positions were eliminated from local health departments — our front-line defenders — between 2008 and 2017.

Shrinking public health budgets shrink public health responses - The Boston Globe

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David Rothkopf on Twitter: "What the Trump Administration won't tell you, John Oliver will. This is better than anything CDC has produced...don't miss it. Coronavirus: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO) https://t.co/8mUAGlPrcN via @YouTube"

Influenza hospitalization rates for young children are highest on record at this point in the season; rates are also higher than at this point in recent seasons for older children and young adults.Influenza hospitalization rates for young children are highest on record at this point in the season; rates are also higher than at this point in recent seasons for older children and young adults.

Flu Hospitalizations in Youngest Kids Highest Ever, CDC Says

While the coronavirus continues to spread, area doctors are sounding the alarm about a more common disease. While the coronavirus continues to spread, area doctors are sounding the alarm about a more common disease.

Flu cases increasing in Rapid City